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Rtsfningham State Cottege 
Bwnifigham, Massachusetts 



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in 2013 



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Every time we say hello 
to some new encounter 
we're on our way 
toward goodbye. 




DIAL STAFF 



Editor in Chief 
Photography Editor 
Sports Editor 
Copy Editors 

Art Editor 

Layouts 

Photographers 



Lisa Paro 

John Davis 

Chris Bryant 

Bonnie Sue Rollins 

Kelley White 

Rich Parsons 

Lisa Paro 

John Davis, Chris Bryant 

Lisa Paro, Kelley White 

Bonnie Sue Rollins, Sue Hamm 

Martin Velilla. 




DEDICATED TO DR. ARTHUR 
G. CHAVES 

Dr. Arthur Chaves has been at Framingham State 
College since 1 969. During this time he has taught 
and held the positions of Director of Planning and 
Development, Academic Dean (Acting], Vice President 
of Administration and Finance, and Executive Vice 
President. He has served on numerous committees 
involving teachers, students, faculty, administration, 
staff, town and state officials and college neighbors. 
His highest priority continues to be offering a "positive 
teaching-learning environment within a human scale." 



In harmony with his spirit: 
You're never too busy 

to lend a hand, 
To sit down and listen, 

to understand — 
You're never too busy 

to stop and share 
Or to show someone else 

how much you care — 
You're never too busy 

for others, it seems, 
To build up their hopes 

and encourage their dreams. 




I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank Dr. Chaves from the class of 1 983. Dr. Chaves once 
expressed to me that the class of 1 9B3 is one of the best classes to ever attend Framingham State 
College. I feel that our success has been contributed to by Dr. Chaves' constant support and 
encouragement, and that he has been one of the keys to that success. 
I feel this poem reflects the depth of Dr. Chaves character. 

Sean P. Corey, President, Class of 1 9S3 




Some distance 

from the actual phrase 

but moving toward it all the same. 



The distance between those two words 
becomes a little less 
as we grow older. 




STUDENT LEADERS 




Ginny Mulcahy — SGA Vice President 

Jane White — Chief Justice 

Tom Bohl — SGA President 

Steve Miner — SUAB President 

Bob Richards — Student Trustee 




Sean Corey — President 

Bob Mielde — Vice President 

Sue O'Hara — Secretary 

Janet White — Treasurer 



Be aware then 
that tomorrow 
is only tomorrow 




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are sure to claim one more victory 

over chance and trouble. 




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If I seek your eyes 

I'll do so with my own eyes only. 



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SENIOR INVESTURE 

On October A the class gathered in Dwight 

Auditorium for Senior Investure. The guest 

speaker at the ceremony was Dr. John S. 

Gracey, Superintendent of Cushing Hospital. 

Gracey noted that with an increase of the 

elderly population it will create opportunities in 

the job market directly and indirectly related to 

them and their needs. Sean Corey noted that 

the class of '83 has been referred to as one of 

the best classes ever to attend FSC. 




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Crowned during half-time at the football 
game and their court Jenna D'Hara and 
Bob Richards, Chris Mooney and Trisha 

McDenmott, Cathy McNamara and 
Sean Corey. Flowers were presented by 

Dr. Arthur Chaves and Liz Sullivan. 




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Framingham State and the American Red 

Cross collected donations of blood by 

students and faculty to reach a record high. 

Congratulations was presented to the 

college by the Red Cross with a plaque. 

Student Government are the ones to be 

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Halloween . . . 



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SUAB LINSLEY FEUD 

This was a game to mimick the game show 

Family Feud to show that both contestants are 

families in their own unique way. 





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College Center Door 
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Putting the College Center into the Christmas 
spirit was an event of office door decoration. 
Judging was held and for the best and most 
original was pastry and beverage. A two way 
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January 1 3 brought many students and faculty to the Forum to hear an experi- 
ence with the Unification Church of Reverend Moon. He spoke about what he 
described as almost a hypnotic brainwashing process, his father's strategic 
kidnapping scheme to free him and what he called his "de-programming" to 
return him to his normal state of mind. 

Edwards said techniques of persuasion like those inflicted upon him, consist of 
utilizing the subject's fear, guilts, fantasies, and memories in a controlled envi- 
ronment. He advises we seek out our own weaknesses and become more aware 
of our vulnerabilities to make us less susceptible to persuasion and influence 
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of the day with a Carnival Atmosphere 

featuring Elephant and Camel Rides, 
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Bon Appetit 




HAM'S: 

No Blarney 



by Tim Barry 

To many Framinghamers, 
Liam's Irish Tavern is a place 
that comes to mind only once a 
year~on St. Patrick's Day. 
Green beer, Celtic singalongs 
and general boozy mirth; a 
proper setting for the wearing 
of the green. 

What many area residents 
don't know is that Liam's is a 
restaurant as well as a bar, and 
a good one at that. 

"Good" means different 
things to different folks; good 
connotes ample portions, fresh 
foodstuffs, attentive service and 
eye-appealing decor. At Liam's 
only the service was lacking. 
Could be that because it was an 
off night — a Tuesday — the 
waitress wasn't at peak energy 
level. The party at the next table 
joked that "maybe the waitress 
was in having coffee" when 
they wanted water at their table. 

What I wanted was a simple 
lemon for my fish, a generous 
portion of fresh scrod ($5.50), 



baked on the underside, exactly 
as I like it. Accompanying 
baked potato was pedestrian, 
but the broccoli with cheddar 
sauce livened things up a bit. 

Appetizers were the soup de 
jour, Tuesday's being an 
acceptable clam chowder ($1.25 
a cup), and salads, which came 
in an oversized bowl to facilitate 
easy handling (an idea long 
overdue). 

In an Irish pub, the stout 
should be fresh as the moment it 
left St. James Gate in Dublin, 
and sad to say, my pint was on 
the sour side — an indication 
that the draft was getting 
towards the end of the barrel. A 
Bass Ale ($2.50) was up to par 
though. 

Sizzlin' steaks are the watch- 
word here, and at $7.00, $8.50 
and $10.50 they sizzle all over 
the plate. Teriyaki versions of 
both beef and chicken are 
available; $8.50 for' steak 
teriayaki and $5.95 for the bird. 
A selection of deluxe, meal- 
sized salads are offered, as are a 
blackboard full of daily specials 
that merit a lookover. People at 
adjacent tables were discussing 
divorce proceedins (a thor- 
oughly suburban concern if 
there ever was one) and enjoy- 
ing orders of eggplant par- 
migiana ($4.95) and chicken 
parm ($4.95). 

Dessert can't be expected to 
be a strong point at an Irish pub 
restaurant and it isn't. Choco- 
late cake with alleged rum 
flavoring has been done as well 
by Sara Lee, and at $2.00 a slice 
it's not bargain. 

Liam's gets the seal of ap- 
proval because there were no 
surprises; tasty food at very 
reasonable prices shouldn't be 
surprising, but it often is. Best 
to drop in for dinner than retire 
upstairs for a head full of grog. 
Make mine a Busmill's neat, 
please. 



Bone Appetite 

by Speed Radio 

Some connaisseurs of fine 
foods will travel great distances 
to taste the delicacies of differ- 
ent kitchens. Well, did you 
know that we here at FSC have 
our own palatable cuisine? Just 
inside the College Center lies a 
hidden resource of fashionable 
foods. 

Yes, our own interstate 
United spews forth such an 
abundance of illustrious dishes, 
that even I was overwhelmed at 
the selections available. Being a 
frequent regular of the cafe- 
teria, I am well accustomed to 
the exquisite tastes that one in- 
curs after just a few visits. All 
of the components for a delight- 
ful evening are there; exotic 
foods, a cozy atmosphere, a 
food line (to help you get ac- 
quainted with other customers) 
and even the soothing music of 
one of this nation's top rated 
radio shows, WDJM. 

It's the perfect place to bring 
that special someone out for 
that special occasion, and the 
price is right. Two can chew for 
that low unheard of price of 
under $10.00. I would recom- 
mend the all you can stomach 
salad bar with it's day old salad 
and mixed French-Italian-Rus- 
sian House dressing. Then for 



the entree, I suggest the House 
special, beef stew which includes 
all the delightful leftovers from 
the previous meal, thus Inter- 
state United keeps with its mot- 
to, "If something's good you 
stick with it." However, if 
you're daring, you might try the 
cafe extravaganza; chicken ala 
vomit, which looks like some- 
thing that has been already 
eaten. 

They also have dishes that 
range from veal parmagiana to 
the army surplus hot dog. Un- 
fortunately, I.U. does not have 
a liquor license, so they loose a 
few points there, but they do 
have an assortment of different 
fluids that are non-allergic to 
most people. 

Dessert is the highlight of the 
evening, and although it's not 
quite chocolate mousse, you 
should find the ice cream of 
"Hood" quality if you get some 
without any impurities in it. 
Otherwise, you may decide 



upon the brownie delight to 
your taste although there are 
rumors of the cook's cigarette 
ashes being in it, floating 
around. 

Not only can you get all this 
for the one price, but absolutely 
free the cafeteria presents enter- 
tainment nightly starring such 
favorites as Magarette the 
wonderwoman of tickets, and 
Rudy the amazing milkman, not 
to mention a delightful collage 
of people who are there for all 
to see. 

All this is included when you 
visit the college resident cafe- 
teria, plus a few surprises. So if 
you're looking for some un- 
usual spot to dine, I enthu- 
siastically recommend the resi- 
dent cafe, because even if you 
don't like the food, then you 
can always throw the little but- 
ter squares up onto the ceiling. 

The Resident Cafe is located in 
the College Center on State 
Street. Dinner is from 4:00-6:00 
p.m. 



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Photo Fantasy 



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by Speed Radio 

I was a very stable, well ad- 
justed freshman upon being ac- 
cepted here at FSC. Most of the 
time, I could be seen strolling 
around campus and conversing 
with the young nubile freshman 
girls. They were fun to be with, 
yet something was missing, 
something I could not pinpoint, 
something that they were miss- 
ing that I knew the girl that I 
wanted, would have to have. 

I was perplexed by this omis- 
sion that was seemingly in every 
girl that I met. Well, the months 
rolled by, summer came and 
went, and still I sttived to meet 
this one girl that would satisfy 
my undefined special need, but 
alas, she seemed nowhere to be 
found. 

I had almost given up on this 
impossible search, (yet deep 
down I yearned for the compan- 
ionship of this fantasy woman), 
when I was in the middle of my 
sophomore year. Then when 
almost but the faintest hint of 
her remained, I came across our 
school newspaper The Gate- 
post. I never even gave it a se- 
cond thought before, because of 
it's obscure nature and I was 
not one to read anyways, but 



this particular paper caught my 
eye. I don't know what it was, 
maybe some mystical magical 
event, maybe just some obscene 
coincidence, but I picked up 
that paper and looked at the 
front cover. It was a photo- 
graph of Dwight Hall. Never in 
my entire life had I seen such a 
magnificently exquisite picture. 
It was wonderfully exposed, 
beautifully in focus, and the 
depth of the field was enough to 
make me wet my pants. The pic- 
ture was perfect, not one single 
thing could be found wrong 
with it. I squealed with delight 
as I slowly glanced over and 
over the picture with ecstacy. I 
wondered who could have done 
such superior quality. Well, I 
hesitantly looked to the bottom 
right hand corner of the title 
page and saw the wonderful 
words that I would later have 
tatooed onto my chest — 
"Photo by Sue Hamm" . . . 

Photo by Sue Hamm, Photo 
by Sue Hamm, PHOTO BY 
SUE HAMM!! I said repeatedly 
again and again. My heart 
pounded expectantly hoping 
that there would be more 
photos. I quickly turned the 
page, and to my dismay there 
was not any pictures on the sec- 



ond page. "Oh no, how can I be 
deprived like this." But to my 
delight on the next page there 
was another fastidious photo by 
Sue Hamm. I drooled with 
pleasure as I examined another 
of her miraculous reproduc- 
tions. It was a photo of Presi- 
dent McCarthy, by god, she can 
even make him look good. It 
was then that I comprehended 
the full impact of what this 
meant. Sue Hamm was the girl 
that had that SOMETHING 
EXTRA SPECIAL that I was 
pursuing throughout most of 
my college career. 

For the next several weeks, I 
could be seen waiting at the Col- 
lege Center at 8:00 a.m. every 
Thursday morning like clock- 
work, waiting, anticipating, the 
morning delivery of the 
Gatepost. I lived for those 
photo's by Sue Hamm. My 
whole existence was those 
photos. I could bee seen fran- 
tically ripping open whole card- 
board boxes just to get at them. 
I would skip classes just to con- 
tinually look at her photos. It 
boiled my blood even if I just 
got the slightest glimpse of one 
of her photos. Yet all during my 
sophomore year I was never 
destined to meet this angel of 



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film. The summer of '81 came 
all too soon and I was to return 
to my home and summer job. 

Yet the visions of the word 
"photo by Sue Hamm" were 
there to haunt me. My walls were 
papered with her photographs 
and I could not bear to tear 
them down. I had frequent 
dreams of her developing my 
film. No one even guessed the 
agony I was going through, yet I 
survived and so came back to 
FSC to start my junior year. 

I was sitting in my usual spot 
waiting patiently for the first 
issue of the Gatepost to come 
out, tingling with expectancy of 
another enticing half-tone pic- 
ture by my goddess like Sue 
Hamm, when I heard someone 
talking. "Yeah, that's right," 
the voice said, "there's an open- 
ing up at the Gatepost." My 
heart almost jumped out of my 
chest. Here was my chance to 
get possibly, in the same room 
with Sue Hamm. 



Of course I was up there 
faster than the speed of light, 
and I applied for the job. With 
a little bit of luck and fast talk- 
ing I was the new window 
washer up at the Gatepost. I 
didn't care what I did as long as 
I would get to HER once in 
awhile. 

But I was soon to be disap- 
pointed . . . Much to my 
dismay, she never dropped in 
the office. I would wash the 
windows 5 times over waifing 
but still she never appeared. The 
only indication that she worked 
there, was the small packet of 
photos in an envelope that she 
left there each week on deadline 
morning, mysteriously. 

Again the weeks rolled by and 
still no sign of Sue Hamm. Not 
to be undaunted by this poor 
run of bad luck, I planned to 
stay up all night to meet this 
woman of wonder who so stir- 
red my manly desires. Just to 
have five minutes to talk with 
her, and discuss topics like fixer 
and developer time, would sure- 
ly be enough to last me a whole 



year. My plan was this — to 
stay hidden in the Gatepost of- 
fice underneath the editor's 
desk until after everybody had 
left, and then await the glorious 
coming of Sue Hamm. 

Well, everything went as 
planned and there I was in the 
dark, dank, dusty office of the 
Gatepost. The hours ticked by, 
and I was determined not to let 
weariness take over and fall 
asleep. Then it couldn't have 
been more than five minutes to 
dawn, when the doorknob of 
the Gatepost door turned ever 
so slowly. 

I started to salivate, then the 
door opened ... yet I couldn't 
quite make out the face, in the 
darkness. Frantically I reached 
for the light switch, and in my 
haste I hit my head on the 
editor's desk, I was knocked 
completely unconscious. 

1 awoke two hours later to 
find that Sue Hamm was gone. 
My dream had been shattered. 
Reluctantly, I picked myself up 
and saw all that was left of Sue 
Hamm's visit: her little packet 
of photos. But something else 
was attached to the packet, 
another envelope, addressed to 
the window washer!! Hurriedly 
I lept to the floor and delicately 
opened it up. There was a note 
on it and it read: 



Dear Window washer, 

I know how you must feel 
about me, because it's happen- 
ed to me, too many times in the 
past. I can't go around taking 
photos for everybody that likes 
the way I print and develop 
film. It would be too time con- 
suming and I made a vow to 
devote my entire time to the 
Gatepost. 1 hope you under- 
stand, and If you really must 
know the truth, I take my pic- 
tures to Photomat anyways. So 
try to be adult about this and 
just forget about me. 

Sue Hamm 

P.S. I enclosed something I 
think you'll enjoy. 

. . . and inside the envelope was 
a photo, and it was a picture of 
me!!! I was lying underneath 
the editor's desk asleep, and off 
to the right hand corner it was 
signed "photo by Sue Hamm." 
Well, it's now my senior year 
and I still collect her photos, 
although I never did see Sue 
Hamm again. Besides, I don't 
look for her anymore, what 
with this being my busiest year 
with all the work I have to do 
plus my part-time job at two 
different photomats. 



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Boys Life 

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"True 
Believers" 

by Steve Riccardo 

The last weekend of January 
at the Channel belonged to 
John Surette and Boys Life. 
Celebrating the release of their 
first Ep, Boys Life put on two 
shows which will long be 
remembered by Boston Au- 
diences. 



Boys Life has been one of 
Boston's most successfuly 
bands in the past few years, 
displaying and original, 
energetic style which has earned 
them a large following. Boosted 
by successful records such as 
their '82 release of "Two Doors 
Down/I Found Her," a 4 song 
Ep which they shared with the 
Outlets, and various cuts which 
appeared on the two Modern 
Method compliation Lps, Boys 
Life with the help of David 
Robinson, drummer of the 
Cars, grew at a rapid pace. 

The Channel record release 
bash was well put together. 
Their first show which featured 
the Prime Movers, Shrapnel, 
and the Corpsicles drew a large 
crowd which rose to the occa- 
sion in dramatic fashion. 

They also put on an all ages 
show the next day with guests 
the Dangerous Birds, Bang 
Bang Band, and the Square 
Ideals. 

Following a somewhat out of 
place set by Hardcore Boys, the 
Corpsicles, which caused WD- 
JM's Jennifer Whitman to do 
her nails, a mediocre perfor- 
mance from New Yorkers 
Shrapnel, and a stylish show by 
the Prime Movers, Boys Life 
was ready to make their return. 
And what a return it was. 

The Channel erupted when 
they took the stage. Surette, 



Neil Sugarman, Rober Weiner, 
and newcomer Chris George ex- 
celled higher and higher. "Keep 
the Edge" only their second 
tune caused memorable reaction 
on the dance floor, and Johney 
had his audience where he 
wanted them. 

Surette's presence was a 
classis one. He belted out cut 
after cut often without breaking 
between tunes. Sugarman's sax- 
ophone, Weiner's drumming 
and background vocals and 
George's bass all seemed to be 
on the mark. 

They did a host of oldies in- 
cluding, "I Wasn't Me," and a 
rousing version of "I Found 
Her," which Surette dedicated 
to WDJM, a station which has 
supported Boys Life greatly the 
last two years. But it was the 
new tunes off the Lp especially, 
"Person I Want to Be," "It 
Came From Here," and "A to 
Z," that drew tremendous 
responses. 

Manager David Surette 
deserves a great deal of credit 
for putting together a great 
night, and according to sources 
the all ages show went well, too. 

Boys Life is a band that has 
to be reckoned with. Their Ep, 
complemented by Robinson's 
Production, will sky rocket. 
The cards are in their hands, 
and one gets the impression 
they'll be wheeling and dealing 
for a long time. 



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Previte Here . . . 



Here we are, back again for 
another semester of grueling 
eight thirty classes and all night 
study sessions, with high hopes 
of upgrading our almighty cum. 
This semester's going to be a 
good one, we say to ourselves, 
as we make a firm resolution to 
put work before pleasure. All 
well and good until a special is 
run at the pub (a bargain the 
poor college student cannot 
resist), or we hear of a "killer 
punch" party in so and so's 
room. We concede to the fact 
that "Hey, you got to live," 
and the cycle of partying and 
cramming begins all over again. 



Ah yes, the perils of college life. 
Friday mornings are the 
roughest on this campus as a 
result of Thursday night's 
partying, an affliction com- 
mon to many so called "suit- 
case" colleges. Of the students 
who do not elect to "blow off" 
their Friday morning classes, 
many can be seen stumbling 
around campus with toothpick 
supported eyelids, the distinct 
odor of hops and barley on their 
breath, and a large coffee 
grasped by a quivering hand. 
That's what I call dedication. 



Between school work, part- 
time jobs and socializing, we 
don't have it as easy as non- 
students would like to believe. 
The next time a working friend 
trys to tell you how "cushy" 
you have it being a student, take 
him or her out on a Thursday 
night, to classes Friday, to work 
Friday night, and to the library 
to study all weekend. They may 
not find it as "cushy" as they 
believed; and for their sake, 
bring some toothpicks and plen- 
ty of coffee along. The adjust- 
ment to student life may be a 
little rough on them. 

Christopher J. Previte 



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Dn February 1 5, 1 983 at 1 0:D0 pm undisputed 

World Middleweight Champion Marvelous Marvin 

Hagler successfully defended his title against Tony 

Sibson at the new Worcester Centrum. The fight 

was stopped at 2:40 of the sixth round after 

Hagler had knocked Sibson to the floor twice in 

the round. Hagler has yet to find an opponent 

who can seriously challenge his claim to the title 

of World Champion. 




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After Hurricane Before Hurricane 

Heavy rain and high wind marked the official opening on September 1 "7, 1 938, of the one hundreth year of! 

the first normal school in America. Rain, wind, and drizzle of the opening day continued intermittently! 

throughout the four days to come until the afternoon rain and winds of the hurricane raged late into thej 

night. Roofs and windows of May, Dwight, Wells Halls were badly damaged. The buildings were then! 

re-styled to what it is now, except for the removal of the corner towers. After another modern remodelingl 

May Hall is once again open to the students at Framingham State. 



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Framingham State moved from Lexington to 
Framingham in 1 B53. Private citizens of the town 
gave the northwest slope of Bane Hill as the campus 
for us. In 1 BB9 a new class building was errected, 
May Hall, in honor of Miss Abby May. 

Late in the afternoon of April 25, 1 935, during the 
vacation week, fire broke out in a basement closet of 
May Hall. The fine spnead napidly by way of the 
ventilating shaft to the founth floon and was bneaking 
into the nooms befone it was discovened. This caused 
fon a necessany delay in opening fon anothen week. It 
wasn't until the next fall when the entine building was 
fully openable. 



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ORNER 



The M.A.S.H. 
Era Ends 

by Steve Riccardo 



Alda grew as M.A.S.H. grew. 
It appears he watched Donald 
Sutherland and Elliot Gould in 
the motion picture, and built a 
legend, in fact several legends. 

There was Frank, and Hot- 
lips, and Radar, and Klinger. 
Each part grew and expanded, 
and then ultimately reached 
somewha! of a climax. 
M.A.S.H. became a legacy. 

Eventually reruns were view- 
ed and then viewed again. There 
were days when as many as 
three episodes of M.A.S.H. 
could be seen in one night on 
television. Its audience was 
spectacular, when "Hawkeye" 
laughed his viewers laughed, 
when "Hawkeye" cried his 
viewers cried. 

The laughter and the tears 



reached a conclusion on 
February 28. The final episode 
of M.A.S.H. was a classic, it 
left its royal audience on the 
edge of their seats. The public 
had reacted tremendously, there 
were M.A.S.H. bashes in night- 
spots everywhere, a television 
show had left its viewers in awe. 

Competitors had no way of 
competing with the showing of 
the last episode of M.A.S.H. 
ABC even featured an exclusive 
showing of American Giggilo, 
but it went to no avail, the night 
belonged to "Hawkeye." 

Fittingly enough, the last 
scene of M.A.S.H. featured the 
embrace of "Hawkeye" and 
"B.J.", as they said good-bye 
to each other, M.A.S.H. said 
good-bye to the world. An era 
has ended. 



With one of the largest au- 
diences in television history a 
regular Monday night became a 
landmark one in CBS history. It 
was time for "Hawkeye" and 
"B.J." to go their separate 
ways. 

After eleven years as one of 
the most popular shows in tele- 
vision's existence, February 28 
ended the M.A.S.H. era. It was 
hard to speculate that a comedy 
about a Korean war medical 
camp could generate so much 
interest and followers. But it 
did. 

Spearheaded by the courage 
and innovations of Alan Alda, 
who portrayed "Hawkeye," 
M.A.S.H. did indeed become 
more than just another tele- 
vision comedy. It dealt with 
many of the finer points of life, 
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Suicide is Painless 

by Alex Schapira 

Americans all across the country gathered around their television sets, last 
week, to celebrate the end of the Korean War. 

Of course, the final cease fire of the Korean War actually took place some 30 
years earlier in 1953. But for the largest audience to ever watch a single program on 
commercial television, it ended on February 28, 1983 with the farewell episode of 
M.A.S.H. 

The hype surrounding the end of M.A.S.H. was tremendous. Newspapers and 
magazines, as well as local and national television programs featured the show, its 
writers, producers and cast members for weeks leading up to the final episode. With 
advertisers agreeing to pay $450,000 per half minute of commercial during the two 
and a half hour finale, it's easy to see why everyone wanted to jump on the band- 
wagon. In the case of M.A.S.H., however, every bit of praise and promotion that it 
received was very much deserved. 

M.A.S.H. was a unique television phenomenon because it managed to incor- 
porate both comedy and tragedy together in the same package, without ever allow- 
ing either one of them to dominate the other. Rather, the comedy and the tragedy 
complemented each other so well that the effectiveness of both was maximized. 

There have only been a handful of intelligent and provocative television series 
around during the past 10 or 15 years, and the common thread that seemed to run 
though all of them was character development. The characters in M.A.S.H. come 
off as real people, each with his or her own personality. They all had flaws as well as 
virtues. They showed a wide range of emotions. But most of all they were allowed to 
grow and develop over time. The characters in virtually all of today's series have 
personalities that can be described as either good guy or bad guy, and the only thing 
they are allowed to develop is a new hair style. 

Perhaps this life-like evolution of its characters accounted for M.A.S.H. 's 
resiliency when it lost, McLean Stevenson (Col. Henry Blake), Wayne Rogers 
(Trapper John), Larry Linville (Frank Burns), and Gary Burghoff (Radar O'Reilly), 
four of its major players. After all that's the way life really is. Still, it must be noted 
that very talented replacements and the consistent presence of Alan Alda helped to 
prolong and even strengthen the show. 

By far the greatest number of comments about the final M.A.S.H. episode 
revolved around Hawkeye's nervous breakdown. It seems that a number of people 
were upset by it because they pictured Hawkeye as some sort of super human who 
could withstand anything, even if he did need a drink or two, now and then, to help 
him. But since when have the M.A.S.H. writers been conformists? Life, particularly 
in the midst of a war, doesn't usually turn out the way people would like it to. You 
may remember that a similar reaction was evoked when the producers of M.A.S.H. 
decided to kill off Henry Blake during the show's early years. I think that as they did 
then, people will come to respect M.A.S.H.'s decision to be realistic, rather than to 
play it safe. 

I, along with millions of other people, have been watching the re-runs of 
M.A.S.H. for a number of years now, and it's safe to say that we will be able to con- 
tinue doing so, most likely, into the twenty-first century. Until last week's final 
episode every one of those re-runs, no matter how many times I'd seen it or how well 
I knew it, always seemed fresh and current because I knew that those people were 
still over there sitting in the "swamp," walking through the compound, eating in the 
mess tent, and creating new shows. But when it was all over and I tried to find com- 
fort in those earlier shows, I realized that they had lost their special charm and had 
become, like all the rest, just re-runs. 

Yes, it really was over, and as I watched them all leave the familiar M.A.S.H. 
theme had lost its cheerfulness and had acquired a sad tone. Suicide may be painless, 
but saying goodbye is not. 



12-7 



Sex in November 

S.U.A.B. Chalks up a Winner 



by Tim Barry 

Pedal pusher jeans stretch 
tight against sweat-slickened 
legs; flushed faces are aglow 
with energy; triumphant 
holligan catcalls punctuate the 
still April night; these observa- 
tions better chronicle the 
"Rockin' In Boston" dance 
held Saturday than any two-bit 
reviewer could. When the 
Boston area's top new wave 
dance band, November Croup, 
finished their set of newage hoe- 
down music at the stroke of 
midnight, the surplus energy 
fairly reverbertated off the 
blank institutional walls of The 
Pit. 

Worcester's Unattached 
began the surburban sockhop 
on an up note with alively 40 
minute exercise in power pop 
garage rock, recalling elements 
of the Clash, Ramones, Dic- 
tators and Sex Pistols with their 
punk/chick attire and sneering 
demeanor (not to mention a 
borrowed chord change or two). 
Songs like "Balls" and "Lori is 
a Lesbian" may have offered a 
new perspective, but any lyrical 
wisdom was lost in the boomy, 
unintelligable gym sound mix. 
Able musicianship from bass 
and guitar brothers Daryl and 
Mark Frazier and skins pounder 
Mike Zadronga gave ranter 
Jamie Sever Room to bawl and 
shout. 



Don't Let the Party Die 

Bolstered by their newly-oiled 
horn section, the Sex Execs 
stomped and hollered their way 
through a free-for-all of blue- 
eyed soul and funk. Despite a 
murky sound mix the band 
managed to raise the energy 
level to the boiling point in a 
matter of minutes. Taking the 
opportunity to try out several 
new songs before an approving 
audience, the Sex Execs paraded 
future classics such as "Tami- 
itis" and "Your Whole Life" 
side by side with new titles like 
"My Ex" and a rousing RnB 
jam called "Don't Let the Party 
Die." Their ode to the power of 
positive drinking, "Martini 
Time," was introduced with the 
acknowledgement: "This one's 
for WDJM, who made our 
record #1." 

Good-natured thrashing 
erupted during the Sex Execs' 
set, or more accurately slam- 
dancing with a smile. Elbows 
and legs flew at random and 
everyone enjoyed themselves 
immensely. 

We Dance We Dance We Dance 

November Group began their 
show with a drum and taped 
music intro that brought the 
curious to the front of the stage. 
A supple bass-driven beat pro- 
pels most of their tunes along; 



the twin keyboards setup 
enhanced by guitar and voice is 
the choice of many of today's 
electro-pop outfits, of which 
November Group is a contender 
for honors. Dance number after 
another flowed, the discord 
rhythms keeping the dance- 
floor filled to capacity. Of the 
250 or so in attendance approx- 
imately half or more danced 
during N-Group, including the 
S.U.A.B. concert staff's red- 
shirts. (Special kudos to concert 
coordinator Sita Afarian's 
clockwork organizational job.) 

November Group's Ann Prim 
stood stalwart but lessened her 
usual icy glare; it was obvious 
the band was enjoying itself 
tonight. Prim's guitar and 
keyboards are pointing toward 
the sounds of 1990's RnR, with 
dissonance spicing up the blend 
in sections. Throughout the 
strong set the group maintained 
a fat dance beat that somehow 
cut through the echo chamber 
Pit. 

The Sex Execs will be playing 
a benefit at Spit tonight, April 
14, along with Our Daughter's 
Wedding. The concert is for the 
disarmament movement. 
November Group plays the 
Paradise Thursday, April 28, at 
8:30 p.m. Look for the Unat- 
tached werever the music is 
loud, fast is the rule. 



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Biology 

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Psychology 



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Clothing & Textiles 




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Sociology 



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Clothing & Textiles 




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Art 



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Early Childhood 



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Early Childhood 

L.D. /Psychology, Early Childhood. Discus- 
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Elementary Education 



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Clothing & Textiles 



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Food & Nutrition 



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Economics 



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Psychology 



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Economics 



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Elementary Education 




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Early Childhood 



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Food S Nutrition 



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Geography 



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Psychology 




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Economics 



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Chemistry 



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Food & Nutrition 



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Computer Science 



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Medical Technology 



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Clothing & Textiles 



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Early Childhood 



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Elementary Education 



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Elementary Education 
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Sociology 

4 year member and officer of the FSC Cho- 
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Biology 

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Media Communications 




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Economics 



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Psychology 



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Clothing & Textiles 




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Consumer & Family Studies 



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Art History 

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traitors and make us lose the good we oft 
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DIMAURO 

Consumer & Family StudiE 




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Spanish 
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Art 

Art History 



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Art 



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Sociology 



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Psychology 



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History 



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Economics 

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EDWARDS 

Clothing & Textiles 



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EDWARDS 

Food & Nutrition 



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ENGELSBERG 

Chemistry 
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Art 

Art History. The secret of Itfe is enjoying the 
passage of time J.T. 




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Early Childhood 



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Consumer & Family Stud. 
Option: Business Communications, Minor 
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Biology 



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Sociology 




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Food Science 



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Elementary Education 



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Economics 



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Psychology 



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Media Communications 
Photo By . . . 



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Early Childhood Ed. 

Happy moments spent wiCh friends make 
memories that never end. 



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Early Childhood Ed. 
Psychology, Kappa Delta Pi 





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Economics 

Psychology. I love you. Mom! Steven, happy 
times, good friends . . . Things do not 
change, we change — Thoreau 



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Food & Nutrition 




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Economics 

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Comm. "It is better to say goodbye than nev- 
er having said hello" 



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Art 




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HENNIGAR 

Chemistry 



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Sociology 



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Consumer & Family Studies 



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English 



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Biology-Med Tech. 



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Consumer &. Family Studies 

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Medical Technology 



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Consumer & Family Studies 



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Psychology 



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Economics 



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Economics 



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Economics 



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Art 

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Economics 



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Psychology 



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Clothing & Textiles 



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Food S Nutrition 




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Food G. Nutrition 



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Psychology 

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Sociology 



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Home Economics 



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Economics 



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Clothing & Textiles 




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Biology 



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Food S Nutrition 



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Psychology 

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LIBERATORE 

Economics 



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Consumer & Family Studies 



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English 



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Economics 



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DH Bye! Vic, what can I say? See you at the 
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Biology 
Bio-Med. Science 




Psychology 
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member: Things could be worse and for e 
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Food &. Nutrition 






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MAXWELL 

Biology 



BARBARA 

A.McDONALD 

Art 
Thanks Mom for all the support and love you 
have given me through these four years. 
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LESLIE A. McGUIRE 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Happiness . . . is time spent with friends am 
looking forward to sharing time with then 
again. 



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English 




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Sociology 



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Economics 



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Economics 

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English 

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works in it with serenity and great aims,' 

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Economics 

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phy Club. Gatepost. Freelancer. 
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Politics 



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Early Childhood Ed. 



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Psychology 
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Clothing & Textiles 



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Clothing & Textiles 

Fashion Merchandising 



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Economics 



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Medical Technology 




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Biology 



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Consumer S Family Studies 
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Medical Technology 



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Economics 



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Clothing & Textiles 

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1SB2 



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Food & Nutrition 

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Consumer & Family Studies 




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English 



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Biology 



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Clothing & Textiles 

Merchandising 



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Consumer S. Family 

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Psychology 



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O'CONNELL 

Sociology 



SUZANNE M. O'HARA 

Art 

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1 983 Greatl I Love and Laughter 



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Consumer and Family Studies: 
Education 

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OUELLETTE 

Psychology 



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Sociology 



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Food G. Nutrition 




CHANTAL M. PARK 

Art 



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Art Media 
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serve your world, so long. F. S. C. 



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Economics 



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Clothing & Textiles 



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Psychology 



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Clothing & Textiles 



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Biology 



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Consumer & Family Studies 



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Geography 
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honors for Most Improved Player 1 9B2. 
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PORCELLO 

Computer Science 



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Early Childhood Ed. 




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Psychology 



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History 



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Economics 




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Economics 

There are two mays and then a must and 
after that a shall. How infinite the compro- 
mise that indicates I will ED. 



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Psychology 

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Keep dreaming, keep believing, keep a rair 
bow in your heart. 



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Economics 

We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust 
our sails. Economic Club — Treasurer, Sail- 
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STEPHEN J. 

RICCARDQ 

Media Communications 

Journalism. Remember "Rockin in Boston's 
Tuesday nighc goodbyes. I do 




KAREN RINGUALL 

Consumer & Family Studies 




DIANE M. RIZZO 

Art 



CYNTHIA A. ROBAR 

Consumer &. Family Studies: 

Education 

Home Economics Club President, Home 

Economics Depc. Curriculum Committee, 

Black and Gold, Service Committee 



GAYLE K. ROBERTS 

Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society 



MAUREEN L. 
ROBERTS 

Clothing & Textiles 

Clothing Design 



154 




GERALDINE A. ROY 

Clothing S Textiles 



PAMELA E. RUGGIERO 

Sociology 
Psychology 



ELAINE K. RUSSELL 

Early Childhood Ed. 



PATRICIA A. 

SABOURIN 

Clothing & Textile 




VICKI L. SANTOS 

Elementary Education 
Reading. Kappa Delta Pi, President's List, 
Magna Cum Laude. Memories, Dreams, to 
friends, to my Dad. and most of all — Dan. 



CLAUDETTE M. 
SAULNIER 

Biology 



KELLY A. SAVACE 

Early Childhood Ed. 
Psychology. Tomorrow is a dream that leads 
me onward. A dream that will soon come 
true. I am going to be free to be me! 



DONNA L. 
SCHOLLAND 

Biology 




KELLI J. SEARS 

Psychology 

"You can't always get what you want, but if 
you try sometimes, you'll find you get what 
you need." M. Jagger 



NAOMI N. SHANNON 

Psychology 



LISA A. SHAY 

Psychology ' 



DONNA M. SHIRE 

Mathematics 



155 




LINDSAY K. 

SHORTLIDGE 

Psychology 



LESLIE A. SIGGIIMS 

Ant 

Geography. Walter S Wally for your under- 
standing S patience. I love you. Pres. List 
1 9B2-B3 



STEPHANIE A. SILVIA 

History 



JOHN A. SKATOFF 

Economics 




WILLIAM E. SLOAN 

Sociology 



CRAIG SMITH 

Computer Science 



GAYLE SMITH 



MICHAEL G. SMITH 

Art 




MARTBETH 
SPELLMAN 

History 



MARY J. STACK 

Early Childhood Ed. 



NANCY STANICK 

Medical Technology 
Leaving the pant yre. behind, it's time for the 
future to begin. 



SONIA P. STEELE 

Food S. Nutrition 



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LOUIS H. STEIN 

Biology 
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JEAIMIIME M. SULLIVAN 

English 

Media Communications Gatepost News ed- 
itor, Photo Club. 



LINDA M. TANIAN 

Psychology 



GENE TENAGLIA 

Mathematics 




VINCENT J. 

TERRAZZANO 

History 

Geography 



ANNA M. 

TRAVAGLIONE 

Food S. Nutrition 

Senior Exec. Brd. of Home Ec. Club, Stu- 
dent Advisory Brd. of Home Ec. Dept. . Black 
S Gold Orientation committee. 



KAREN A. UPSON 

Food & Nutrition 



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VAUGHAN 

Clothing & Textiles 




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Spanish 

Spanish 



DIANE M. WALLACE 

Food S. Nutrition 



KEITH W. WALLEY 

Economics 
Activities: BOG. SGA; B3 Exec. Brd. . 
VB. S.H.S. . Dorm Council, B2 Runnei 
Coil. S Comm Service Award. 



KAREN A. WALSH 

Consumer 63. Family Studies 




JACQUELINE C. WHITE 

Consumer & Family Studies 



15B 




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Politics 



JANET L. WHITE 

Economics 



PAMELA A. WHYNOT 

Psychology 

SUAB 1 382-83: Treasurer B2-B3. Day- 
time Chair 82. Lots of good times, laughter 
S friends at FSC: HM-2N & 3C. 



SONJA L. WICKLUND 

Food S. Nutrition 




GLENN R. WILE 

Psychology 



LESLIE S. WILLS 

Psychology 



MARY E. WRIGHT 

Psychology 



ELAINE P. YEHLE 

Food & Nutrition 

I am not looking for my dreams to interpret 
my life, but rather for my life to interpret my 
dreams. 

Susan Sowtag 




PATRICIA J. ZSCHAU 

Sociology 



WILLIAM R. BECCIA 

History 



DAVID N. PARKS 

Economics 



153 



Congratulations 

to those receiving their 

Masters Degree 



Master of Arts 

Barbara A. Andrews 
Richard L. Chesmore 
Mary L. Cucinotta 
Joyce deLemos 
Brian R. Duffey 
Mary J. Everett 
Joyce S. Fishman 
Shohreh Hamed 
Annette L. Jenkins 
John J. Liberatore 
Sandi B. Mahoney 
Marion McCarthy 
Cynthia G. Mcintosh 
Anita M. Ratchup 
Sharlene M. Sargent 
Helen I. Strom 



Sandra T. Baumoel 
Robert E. Cooney 
Steven L. D'Angelo 
Judy Donnellon 
Bonnie M. Eppes 
Robert M. Fahey 
Marsha E. Greenberg 
Nancy J. Hoffer 
Christine Lee 
Malcolm Lloyd 
Richard K. Manion 
Jean M. McDevitt 
Carolyn M. Michaeli 
Sister Joseph Catherine 
Ellen P. Servetnick 
Virginia W. Sullivan 



Master of Education 

Mary J. Alessi 
Debra L. Baldelli 
Judith A. Britt 
Joan W. Chase 
Martha J. Crawford 
Donna L. Elliott 
Douglas A. Hardy 
Marcelle M. Kosersky 
Lynne S. McGrath 
Susan E. Pitman 
Jane L. Seppala 



Nancy M. Antos 
David W. Boston 
Anne S. Chagnon 
Ann D. Childs 
Diane B. Diamond 
Kathryn E. Faria 
Kathleen A. Hooley 
Donna D. Lawson 
Lynne E. O'Donnell 
Maureen E. Rogan 
Nancy E. Witkowski 



Masters of Science 

Branda A. Abel 
Debra L. Chiacu 
Beth S. Cronin 
Susan H. Hobbs 
Kathleen Lyons 
Mary B. Sieruta 
Patti A. Tokarz 
Barbara L. Zebrowski 



Jennifer E. Cardoza 
Carol M. Craig 
Deborah B. Feil 
Devon E. Longacre 
Joyce C. Ratcliffe 
Marcella P. Theeman 
Leslie A. Wyzga 



1BO 




The FSC RAM FOOTBALL team under first yean coach Tom Kelley 

finished their season with a deceptive 3 and 6 record. An early 

highlight of the season was when the Rams opened up the new 

Maple Street Field with a "7-6 victory over WNEC to become the first 

FSC football squad to play on campus. This Ram team was literally 

snakebitten as they lost several close games which could have gone 

the other way. 

Having outstanding seasons were MVP John Caldor, Unsung Hero 

Jim Leonard, as well as Rick Poirot and Scott Camillen who were 

both chosen Most: Improved. The Rams were also plagued by the 

injury factor as 1 5 starters were lost over the course of the year 

keeping Jeff Stone more than busy. 

Co-Captain Mark Leonard along with Rick Poirot, John Calder, Jaque 

Ferguson, Bill Niland, Scott Camilleri, and Joe Collins were a key to 

the FSC swarming defense while offensive stars included Joe 

Laudano, Tod Caflisch, Bill Jarmulowicz, and Bill Donga. The Rams 

lose eleven seniors but next year should be a successful one. 











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162 




FSC 


"7 


Western New England 


6 


FSC 


2 


Bridgewater State 


6 


FSC 


21 


Curry College 


3 


FSC 


a 


Nichols 


-7 


FSC 


a 


Plymouth State 


37 


FSC 


B 


Westfield State 


10 


FSC 


12 


Mass Maritime 


26 


FSC 


1 -7 


Western Conn. State 


12 


FSC 


a 


Maine Maritime 


44 




1B3 



The FSC FALL CROSS COUNTRY team enjoyed a fine season as they wound up with an overall record of 5 
wins and 3 losses. Bell Beccia, the Rams most valuable player had an extremely strong year as did John 
Fields, Bill Bove, Cedric Smith, and Mike Josephson. Coach Ned Price, a Boston Marathon finisher himself, 
has done an exceptional job in bringing this fairly new sport along at FSC. The Rams also finished a 
respectable third in the 1 982 MASCAC Tournament and can hold their heads high. Good luck and continued 
success for FSC Cross Country. 




164 





FSC 28 Barrington 43 

E. Nazarene 53 

FSC 35 Babson 2D 

FSC 3B Rl College 1 3 

FSC 30 Bridgewaten St. 26 
FSC 1B Western NE 41 

FSC 23 U Mass Boston 37 
Suffolk 78 

Codfish Tournament 1 3th 

MASCAC Tournament 3rd 

NCAA Div. Ill Meet 1 3th 

[Low scone wins] 




165 



The 1 982 WOMEN'S SOCCER 

TEAM experienced their most 

profitable record in the history of 

this new sport here at FSC. After 

defeating Brandeis they became the 

first women's soccer team in the 

school's history to win a soccer 

game. The girls later posted 

victories over Babson, Curry and 

Clark to end up with a record of <4 

and six. 

Award winners on this hard working 

team were Donna Delprete who 

was the MVP while scoring 1 O 

goals, Barbara Canavan as the 

Unsung Hero and Elaine Morel who 

was voted most improved. Other 

players with strong showings were 

Doreen Whalen, Maureen McPhel, 

Kathy Callagan, Therese DiGiovani, 

and Rita Mulligan. The outlook in the 

future should be extraordinarily 

bright as coach Dave Laliberty 

should have the entire team back 

for 1 983. Thanks to these proud 

and dedicated girls, things are 

looking up for FSC Women's 

Soccer. 






166 




# 




FSC 


D 


Stonehill College 


9 


FSC 


3 


Brandeis 


1 


FSC 


3 


Westfield State 


5 


FSC 


3 


Babson College 


2 


FSC 


3 


Boston University 


5 


FSC 


1 


Holy Cross 


5 


FSC 


3 


Curry College 


O 


FSC 


O 


Wellesley College 


3 


FSC 


1 


Clark University 


[forfeit] 


FSC 


1 


Keene State 


1D 



167 





The MEN'S SOCCER TEAM at FSC is showing gradual, but continuous 
improvement with each growing year. Although their record wouldn't indicate it, 
these young men worked hard and can look ahead to a promising future. Peter 
Helliwell was elected as the Rams MVP, while Bill Crouss was picked as the; 

Unsung Hero. 

Vuso Sitole was proudly named as a MASCAC All-Star as he enjoyed a solid 

season for FSC Greg Allen also had a fine year as he led the Rams with six goals 

while Keith MacPherson, Rolf Rhodes, Luke Verrept, and Mike Morgan were all big 

contributors. Soccer is apparently on the rise here at FSC. 



1B8 





FSC 


3 


Worcester State 


A 


FSC 


1 


Hellenic 


O 


FSC 


1 


Westfield State 


O 


FSC 


O 


Salem State 


A 


FSC 


1 


Nichols 


5 


FSC 


o 


North Adams State 


7 


FSC 


5 


Anna Mania 


O 


FSC 


1 


Curry 


3 


FSC 


a 


Western Conn 


5 


FSC 


1 


Southeastern MU 


~7 


FSC 


3 


UMass Boston 


A 


FSC 


A 


Salve Regina 


1 


FSC 


1 


Bridgewater State 


1 


FSC 


1 


Mass Maritime 


A 


FSC 


1 


Fitchburg State 


A 


FSC 


a 


E. Nazarene 


1 



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169 




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Although the 1 982 FSC FIELD HOCKEY team didn't finish with 

a winning record, this determined, young squad had much to be 

proud of. Several of the losses sustained over the season could 

have easily gone the other way with a little luck. Most: valuable 

player Tricia Lynch, who was the Ram's high scorer, is the line 

player they'll lose through graduation so next year's team will be 

full of experienced, hard-workers. 

Jean Zalewski who finished just behind Tricia in scoring will 

captain the promising 1 983 squad. Other returners who had fine 

seasons for the Rams were Unsung Hero Jean Lagos, along with 

Cindy Marchand, Loiuse Messier, Tina Gonsiewski and goal 

keeper Shelley Cummings. Through continued dedication and 

devotion the 1 983 RAM Field Hockey team should be more 

exciting than ever and bring back the winning tradition to FSC. 




170 



FSC 


D 


Worcester State 




1 


FSC 


O 


Bowdoin College 




4 


FSC 


O 


Salem State College 




3 


FSC 


o 


Worcester Poly Tech 




4 


FSC 


o 


Fitchburg State 




1 


FSC 


1 


Barrington 




O 


FSC 


o 


Clark University 




1 


FSC 


5 


Simmons College 




D 


FSC 


2 


Southeastern Mass U 


diversity 


2 


FSC 


1 


Nichols College 




1 


FSC 


O 


Anna Mania College 




2 


FSC 


o 


North Adams State 




1 


FSC 


o 


Wellesley College 




O 


FSC 


3 


MIT 




D 


FSC 


O 


Westfield State 




B 




Both the MEN'S AND WOMEN'S TENNIS teams 

endured unusual fall seasons here at FSC. Playing 

against non-stop fierce competition throughout the 

schedule, these gutsy raqueteers were always willing 

to give 1 OO d /o no matter what the scone. Among the 

bright spots last autumn for the girls were Leigh 

Gardner and Martha McCagg who were voted MVP 

and Unsung Hero respectively. These girls were 

continually up against the toughest of opponents and 

could always leave the court after a rugged match 

holding their heads high. 

Meanwhile for the men, MVP Bob MacDonald, who 

was also elected MASCAC All-Star, had an excellent 

season for the Rams while playing top seeds from all 

over the state. Joe Lomgtin, the team's Unsung Hero, 

could always be counted on to make things difficult for 

the oppostion. With much practice and hard working 

players exemplified over this season things should 

soon turn around in tennis here at FSC. 





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172 






WOMENS TENNIS 




FSC 


3 


Worcester State 


5 


FSC 


1 


Salem State 


S 


FSC 


O 


Westfield State 


3 


FSC 


1 


Babson 


3 


FSC 


1 


Suffolk 


3 


FSC 


1 


Clark Univ. 


3 


FSC 


D 


Pine Manor 


3 


FSC 


O 


Brandeis 


3 


FSC 


A 


North Adams St. 


5 


FSC 


1 


Univ. of Lowell 


6 


FSC 


A 


Emmanuel 


3 


FSC 


A 


Fitchbupg State 


5 


FSC 


V 


E. Nazarene 


O 




FSC 


O 


FSC 


2 


FSC 


O 


FSC 


2 


FSC 


1 


FSC 


a 


FSC 


a 


FSC 


a 


FSC 


1 


FSC 


3 



MENS TENNIS 

Westfield State 
Worcester State 
Fitchburg State 
Bridgewater State 
Fitchburg State 
Salem State 
Mass. Maritime 
North Adams State 
Mass. Maritime 
Western New England 



3 

3 

"7 
3 
~7 
3 
3 
8 
6 



1 73 




The 1 982 FSC WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL team can be labelled a 

team that never said die. Even though it didn't reflect in terms of 

wins and losses these girls were extremely dedicated. Head 

Coach Beth Wittcoft did a fine job with these girls, showing them 

that winning isn't everything or the only way to have fun. 

Although facing big name schools such as BU, Holy Cross, and 

Clark, this team was always ready to give it their all and had 

nothing to be ashamed of. The big highlight of the season was 

back to back victory over Mass Maritime and Fitchburg. This 

victories came later on in the schedule as the girls continually 

progressed over the season. 

The ever-consistant Sue Pollinger was named the team MVP, 

Janine Marquand was elected Unsung Hero, while MaryAnn 

Stefanelli was voted as the Most Improved. With most of the 

Rams returning, 1 983 should be a successful one for FSC 

Volleyball. 





T74 





-55 



1 


Worcester State 


3 


o 


Babson 


3 


o 


Westfield State 


3 


o 


Brandeis 


2 


a 


Gordon 


2 


a 


Merrimack 


2 


D 


Western New England 


2 


o 


Salem State 


3 


a 


Worcester Poly Tech 


2 


-i 


Amherst 


2 


o 


North Adams State 


3 


2 


UMass — Boston 


3 


O 


Stonehill College 


3 


D 


Simmons 


2 


1 


Regis College 


2 


3 


Mass Maritime 


a 


3 


Fitchburg State 


D 


O 


Clark University 


2 


1 


Boston University 


2 


O 


Holy Cross 


2 


D 


Rhode Island College 


2 




175 



After last season, ICE HOCKEY here 

at FSC appears to be on the upswing 

once again. Although finishing with an 

overall record of ~7 and 1 5, this Ram 

team lost at least half a dozen which 

could have and probably should have 

been victories. This hustling, young 

squad can only get better as only 

Co-Captains Steve Girouard and Steve 

□ahill alond with Frank Lemieux are the 

only seniors who won't be returnees. 

Backboned in goal by the solid play of 
Mike Burke, plus MVP Steve Girouard, 

Steve Dahill and the hard hitting John 
O'Reilly on defense gave the Rams the 
consistency needed to shut down the 

opposition. Scoring goals was no 

problem for FSC as the ice men had 

several offensive stars including leading 

scorer Jim Donovan, Frank Riso, Joe 

Ranucci, Frank Lemieux, Mark 

MacDonald, Paul Fraser, and Brian 

Smith, who suffered a wrist injury early 

in the season. 

Kevin McCafferty, who often had the 

difficult task of covering the opponent's 

top scorer, played solid two-way hockey 

throughout the season and was the 

Ram's Unsung Hero while Jim Possehl 

was chosen Most Improved. With 

almost the entire squad returning, the 

future is bright for FSC Hockey. 





t i 



1 76 




My 




f S • 




FSC 


O 


AIC 


5 


FSC 


S 


Plymouth St. 


4 


FSC 


1 


Babson 


6 


FSC 


2 


Univ. of Conn. 


1 


FSC 


14 


WNEC 


2 


FSC 


3 


Army 


1 D 


FSC 


1D 


Suffolk Univ. 


6 


FSC 


2 


Trinity 


3 


FSC 


3 


Worcester St. 
COT3 


4 


FSC 


6 


NH Col. 


a 


FSC 


5 


Fairfield Univ. 


3 


FSC 


3 


Fitchburg St. 
COT] 


4 


FSC 


3 


Westfield St. 


6 


FSC 


3 


Worcester St. 


"7 


FSC 


6 


North Adams St. 


8 


FSC 


5 


Assumption Col. 


V 


FSC 


3 


St. Anselm's 


1 1 


FSC 


2 


Fitchburg St. 


6 


FSC 


13 


Nichols 


2 


FSC 


3 


St. Michael's 


6 


FSC 


V 


Stonehill 


4 


FSC 


5 


SMU 


S 



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The 1 382-B3 RAM HOOP TEAM had 

an extremely successful season as they 

finished with a fine record of 1 "7 and B 

while winning their last ten games in a 

row. Although they weren't chosen for 

the playoffs, these hoopsters showed 

strong desire, hustle, and poise, 

especially down the stretch. 

One of the key highlights of this 

excellent season was when Mark 

VanValkenberg became FSC's all-time 

scoring leader with over 1 400 points. 

Mark was named MASCAC Most 

Valuable Player and All-Star, ECAC Div. 

Ill New England All-Star as well as 

finishing 9th in the country in NCAA 

Div. Ill Scoring. All these feats are 

remarkable considering he still has one 

year left. Other stars for the Rams 

were Paul Delvecchio, whose tough 

inside game often opened up the middle 

thus allowing the rest of the team to 

score easy baskets. Paul also finished 

3rd in the country in rebounding, and 

who can forget Tony Barry, and his 

sold, all-around play on both offense 

and defense. 

Other main contributors on this team 

full of depth were Luc Verrept, Bruce 

Campbell and the smooth play of Angel 

Grullon who was picked to the 2nd 

team at guard as a MASCAC All-Star. 

Then there was always Bill Nunn, Bob 

Wilson, Phil Arsenault, Gerald Walsh, 

Dana Guidice, and Mike Habor to come 

in off the bench and get the job done. 

All in all, the season and team will be 

one we always remember. 










178 




FSC 


47 


Coast Guard 


63 


FSC 


91 


Mass Maritime 


78 


FSC 


77 


Worcester St. 


B4 


FSC 


7B 


Westfield St. 


B2 


FSC 


82 


Salve Regina 


72 


FSC 


78 


Fitchburg St. 


8C 


FSC 


70 


North Adams St. 
COT] 


74 


FSC 


65 


Tufts University 


74 


FSC 


BD 


Salem St. 


58 


FSC 


B1 


Ursinus 


75 


FSC 


62 


Thomas 


60 


FSC 


73 


Babson 


7B 


FSC 


65 


Nichols 


73 


FSC 


62 


Worcester St. 


57 


FSC 


58 


Bridgewater St. 


BO 


FSC 


73 


Fitchburg St. 


5B 


FSC 


37 


Anna Mania Col. 


77 


FSC 


1C2 


SMU 


81 


FSC 


90 


Salem St. 


64 


FSC 


81 


Curry College 


64 


FSC 


83 


Bridgewater St. 


78 


FSC 


74 


Westfield St. 


BO 


FSC 


85 


Suffold University 


58 


FSC 


53 


Western Conn. 


52 


FSC 


33 


North Adams St. 


85 



173 




Playing aggressive, hand-nosed ball last spring paid off for the FSC WOMEN'S SOFTBALL team as they finished 
with their best record in 5 years. In the 3 yeans since Coach Doug Lakis has taken oven at the helm, the ginls have 
continually improved and this yean was no exception as the team finished with a nespectable necond of 1 1 and 9. If a 
few balls had bounced thein way, thein necond could have easily been as good as 1 5 and 5, but these ginls should still 
be one pnoud bunch. 

One of the key ingnedients to this favonable campaign was the one-two punch of stanting pitchens Lisa Donsheinnen 
and senion Mange Pilong. Thein consistency on the mound kept the Rams in just about eveny game thnoughout the 
season. 

Bninging nuns acnoss the plate was no pnoblem fon the team as in one game alone the Rams sconed 2"7 nuns to 
whallop E. Nazanene. Leading the hitting barrage this spring were All-Stan Maureen McPhee, Jean Lagos, Doneen 
Whalen and Kanen Evans, Kanen also did an outstanding job behind the plate this yean in only hen fneshman yean. Sue 
Pollingen was also a stalwant outfielden as she made sevenal gems in centenfield to kill potential opponent nallies. 

Although senions Kathy Lydon, Sue Pollingen, and Mange Pilong will all be lost to gnaduation, next yean's team will be 
an extnemely tough one to beat and the futune of FSC Softball is a pnomising one. 




/ 




■*•? 



+ 



*5 s&mm»&9KfSiK 



FSC 


10 


Gordon 


6 


FSC 


5 


Brandeis 


3 


FSC 


O 


North Adams State 


2 


FSC 


5 


North Adams State 


2 


FSC 


3 


Salem State 


B 


FSC 


B 


MIT 


A 


FSC 


12 


Nichols 


3 


FSC 


12 


Anna Mania 


O 


FSC 


12 


Wheaton College 


1 1 


FSC 


27" 


E. Nazarene 


S 


FSC 


S 


Westfield State 


10 


FSC 


5 


Westfield State 


10 


FSC 


S 


Worcester State 


A 


FSC 


A 


Worcester State 


3 


FSC 


A 


UMASS — Boston 


1 D 


FSC 


5 


Fitchburg State 


A 


FSC 


3 


Fitchburg State 


5 


FSC 


A 


Curry College 


B 


FSC 


3 


Curry College 


2 


FSC 


3 


Salem State 


5 


FSC 


A 


Dean Jr. College 


7 




1B2 




Although it's not considered a varsity sport yet, without any shadow of a 
doubt, RUGBY FOOTBALL is definitely the new and upcoming sport on 
campus. Not only are the games fierce and competitive, but a wild and 
crazy party is almost assuredly to follow over Fran's "Bachelor Pad"! 
Keep a watch out for Rugby, as it seems to be a shoe-in as the new #1 
campus sport. Player-Coach Paul Wisse should definitely be commended 
on a job well-done as it was he who got the sport "ball rolling." Hip-hip 
hooray! 




1B3 



WNGH/ 





First year Coach BOB SANNICANDRO, a 19.7P 

FSC grad, has returned to his alma-mater and, 
brought back the fun and integrity to FSC BASE- 
BALL once again. This yean the Rams finished with* 
their best record in 6 years as they wound up with a- 
1 3 and 1 O slate. It's apparent that pride and prestige 
on the diamond is here to stay, as long as Sannican- 
dro sticks around. 

Seniors Mike Powers and Bill Delaney were extremely 
influential in the Ram's plight this spring. Powers, the 
Most: Valuable Player returned to his outstanding 
capabilities and came through with several clutch, 
hits. Meanwhile, Captain Bill Delaney, the team's 
Unsung Hero, not only let the batsmen on-base per- 
centage, but was also the leader in hustle and desire. 
Left fielder Jim Cam was chosen as the Most Im- 
proved player on the squad with his consistency in 
both hitting and fielding. 

Other contributers whose presence was highly 
appreciated were pitcher-first baseman Tom Clancy 
and centerfielder Bill White. Tom was voted thel 
team's Coaches Award as the squad's most dedi- 
cated clutch player while also leading the team in both, 
triples and Homeruns, as well as ERA and strikeouts. 
Bill, an unselfish, hustling ballplayer led the Rams fnl 
hits, doubles, and runs batted in. Also helping to the 
cause were pitchers Bill DeCoste and Skip Stocker, 
who could always be counted on for strong perfor- 
mances. Shortstop Adam Frattasio and 3rd Baseman 
Kevin Reilly were always there to make the crucial i 
defensive plays to kill any opposition uprisings. All of | 
these factors and many more add up — Baseball isj 
back at FSC! 



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FSC 


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Suffolk 


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FSC 


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Curry 


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FSC 


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Nichols 


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3 


FSC 


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Westfield State 


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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

The Team That Never Quit 

The 1 982-83 Team, although few in number deserve more 
credit that can be imagined. At the outset of the second semes- 
ter FSC decided to suspend the program as there were just too 
many obstacles f onseen in the upcoming second half. Many ques- 
tions arose from the situation, some which still have yet to be 
answered. However, one question which pertains to the players' 
attitude. The six girls who were forced with this difficult situation 
showed incredible desire throughout and it should be known that 
they never had any intentions of quitting. Captain Maureen 
McPhee, Sue Pollinger, Lorraine Hickey, Barbara Casaubon, 
Tina Goniewski and Maria Kelley were always willing to give 1 OO a /a 
but were forced to succumb to uncontrollable circumstances. 

It's really a sorrowful situation but the girls learned to face reality 
even though it must have been an extremely difficult task. These 
girls have an enormous amount of pride and should hold their 
heads up high. Head Coach Tim Zadai and assistant Heidi Nawn 
were behind the girls all the way but there was just no possible 
way to save the school's oldest collegiate sport. 

Let's just hope the situation improves next year and things can 
get back to normal. Give these girls credit and support they 
deserve, they've earned it! 




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The week began on Sunday with the popular Bruce and 
Marshall in the forum. The evening was named to have 
you dress in black and white — many did and had a super 
time! 




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Commencement Ball 






Dancing to music by the 

Marcelles was made possible 

for all to enjoy at the 

Marriott on the Wharf in 

Boston. A sell-out to the ball 

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May 23, 1 983 the Seniors bid their final 
good-byes to Framingham State College 
on the Town Common under the tradition- 
al white and yellow tent. Graduates were 
greeted by parents, friends, and rela- 
tives. Though the day was damp, spirits 
were bright. Arthur Miller, honored class 
speaker, spoke to the class about the 
"real world" after college. Various de- 
grees were awarded to E. Virginia Wil- 
liams and William □. Taylor and an honor 
degree was presented to Cheryl L. Jack- 
son. Class President:, Sean Corey spoke 
on behalf of the student body and led in 
the traditional changing of the tassel, pre- 
senting to the community the graduates 
of the CLASS of 1 9B3. 




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215 



Punnooee Abraham 


Dante P. Arena 


Nancy J. Baratta 


Debra J. Barkovich 


616 Boston Post Road 


41 Weaver Street 


1 3B Ridge Street 


99 Bunker Hill Road 


Marlboro, MA 01 752 


New Bedford. MA 02740 


Arlington, MA 02 1 74 


Guilford. CT 06437 


Antonio J. Aguiap 


Donna H. Arnold 


Ann Barbetti 


John G. Bernard 


1 2 School Street 


1 3 Bayberry Road 


4 Willow Lane 


PC J Box 313 Village Station 


Stoughton. MA 02072 


Pepperell, MA0 1463 


Wayland, MA 01776 


Medway, MA 02053 


Jeanne M. Akaaten 


Sharon K. Arnold 


Richard C. Barek 


Laura J. Biagioni 


5 Colonial Road 


557 Maple Street 


528 Snell Street 


50 George Street i 


Auburn. MA 01501 


Franklin, MA 02036 


Fall River. MA 02721 


Littleton, MA01460 


Mahfam A. Alamian 


Tamra B. Arnold 


Hillary J. Barrett 


Jo-Anne F. Black 


71 Prescott Garden 


SO Devon Road 


3 Wachusetts Drive 


35 Hilltop Street 


Framingham, MA 01 701 


Norwood, MA 02062 


Acton, MA 01 720 


N. Grafton, MA01536 


Seyedmohammad Alamian 


Elaine C. Aubin 


Julianne Bartley 


Laura L. Black 


71 Prescott Garden 


43 Congress Street 


622 South Street 


67 Elm Street 


Framingham, MA 01 701 


Milford. MA 01 757 


Holyoke. MA 01040 


Norwood, MA 02062 


Judith A. Allen 


Judith Aylward 


Lisa J. Bates 


Maureen C. Blackwell 


34 Pleasant Street 


43 Elm Street 


33 Beverly Drive 


35 Boxford Street 


Wayland, MA 01 77S 


Hopkinton. MA0174S 


Westfield. MA010S5 


N. Andover, MA01B45 


Scott A. Ames 


William J. Ayotte 


Cathleen Beaton 


Marie A. Bluemmel 


43 Pequot Road 


B2 Hatherly Road 


466 Adams Street 


1 5 Edmands Road 


Wayland, MA0177S 


Waltham. MA 02 1 54 


Abington, MA 02351 


Framingham, MA01701 


Marcia E. Anaatasia 


Russell H. Bagley 


William R. Beccia 


Richard A. Blumer 


1 4 Joanne Drive 


30 Bare Hill Road 


25 Hawthorne Road 


114 Normandy Road 


Ashaland, MA0 1721 


Framingham, MA01701 


Ashland, MA01721 


Norwood, MA 02062 


Kerry A. Anderson 


Nasrin Bahri 


John A. Bellio 


Kurt A. Bodley 


1 26 Warren Street 


1 500 Worcester Road 


20 Hancock Street 


27 Edgewood Drive j 


Fitchburg, MA01420 


Framingham, MA01701 


Everett. MA 021 43 


Wayland, MA 01 77S 


Susan B. Anderson 


Karen J. Baillargen 


Paula J. Belliveau 


Sheryl A. Bolivar 


1 B Grist Mill Road 


250 Edgewater Drive 


1 46 Golden Road 


55 Wilshire Park 


Littleton, MA01460 


Needham, MA021S2 


Stoughton. MA 02072 


Needham, MA 021 92 


Maria R. Antognetti 


John Balunas 


Margaret Benson 


Kathleen A. Borezo 


471 East Street 


720 Old Conn Path 


35 Beulah Street 


1 3 St. Johns Road 


Dedham. MA 02026 


Framingham, MA01701 


Whitman. MA 023B2 


Worcester. MA 01 603 








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Susan Botelho 


Fraser A. Buchanan 


Cheryl L. Cain 


Caren A. Cataldo 




21 Lincoln Street 


481 West Main Street 


141 Southville Road 


572 Pleasant Street 




Marlboro. MA 01 752 


Shrewsbury, MA0 1545 


Southboro, MA D1 772 


Franklin, MA 02038 




Kenneth J. Bouaquet 


Jeff F. Buckley 


Maura E. Cain 


Colleen A. Cavanaugh 




36 Agnes Drive 


46 Middle Street 


216 Southfield Road 


312 Mile Hill Road 




Framingham, MA D1 7D1 ' 


Lexington, MA02173 


Concord. MA 01 742 


Boylston, MA 01 505 




Robin S. Brackett 


Julie A. Buckley 


Rose M. Caldwell 


Robert R. Cawley 




1 5 Jack Kelly Road 


1 1 67 Whitman Street 


217 Worcester Road 


32 Dartmouth Ave. 




E. Sandwich. MA 02537 


Hanson, MA 02341 


Framingham. MA01701 


Needham, MAD21S4 




Elaine Bradatreet 


Lisa J. Buonfiglio 


Robert J. Callery 


Jennifer M. Cetiner 




75 Cedar Street 


1 2 Mt. Vernon Street 


3D Mendon Street 


64 Puritan Lane 




Ashland, MA 01 721 


Melrose. MA 021 76 


Hopedale. MA 01 747 


Sudbury, MA O 1 776 




Paula J. Bramberg 


Barbara E. Burke 


Ellen M. Camerlengo 


Robert W. Chabot 




23 Hillcrest Road 


26 Prescott Street 


27 Acorn Street 


29 Crescent Ave. 




Marblehead, MA01945 


Framingham, MA01701 


Scituate, MA 02066 


N. Attleboro. MA 02760 




Cheryl A. Brazzo 


Barbara L. Burnes 


Mary V. Canniffo 


Nancy Chapin 




7B Pearl Ave. 


70 Elmwood Road 


1 8 Elmwood Road 


27 Curtis Street 




Revere. MA02151 


Wellesley, MA021S1 


Marblehead, MA0 1945 


Auburn, MA01501 




! Sheila A. Brennan 


Sharon L. Burns 


Elaine S. Cantone 


Jose Chaves 




1 6 Trafton Road 


1 O Flagg Road 


217 A. Worcester Road 


61 Alexander Street 




Framingham. MA 01 7D1 


Acton, MA 01 720 


Framingham. MA01701 


Framingham, MA01701 




Jane M. Broderick 


Deborah N. Buteyn 


Cheryl L. Cardillo 


Charles C. Chenet 




i 1 O Damon Road 


Williams Street 


1 O Overlook Road 


319 E. Main Street 




West Harwich, MA 02671 


Uxbndge, MA 01 563 


Reading, MA0 1867 


Marlboro, MA 01 752 




Deverne 1. Brawn 


James M. Butters 


Steven B. Carl 


Elizabeth Choate 




3 Ashley Street 


4 Flonun Street 


1 400 Worcester Road 


25 Walker Ave. Ext. 




Springfield. MA 01 1 05 


Walpole. MA 02081 


Framingham, MA D1 7D1 


Milford. MA 01 757 




Eileen Brown 


Jamas Byrne 


Kurt S. Carvonale 


Kathleen E. Church 




1 O Meadow View Road 


1 B47 Monitor Drive 


30 Heritage Hill 


40 Cottage Street 




Wayland, MA 01 77B 


Toms River, NJ D8753 


Marlboro, MAD 1752 


Hudson, MA 01749 




Russell N. Brown 


Nancy A. Byrne 


Jacqheline T. Caron 


Geraldine Ciccarelli 




33 Hartwell Ave. 


217 Worcester Road 


8 Grey Birch Road 


Woody Island Road 




Littleton, MA 01460 


Framingham, MA01701 


Ashland, MAO 1721 


Hopkinton, MA01748 




Chris Bryant 


Karen A. Cadero 


Kelly L. Carson 


Victoria M. Cimoch 




1 5 Summer Street 


54 William Street 


375 Hill Street 


43 Granite Street 




. Stoneham. MA021B0 


Walpole, MA02081 


Whitmsville, MA01588 


Webster. MA D157D 




Julie L. Bryant 


Tod C. Caflisch 


Barbara E. Casaubon 


David A. Clark 




830 Old Conn Path 


65 Longwood Road 


378 Weston Road 


1 02 Village Street 




Framingham, MA 1Q7D1 


Qumcy, MA 02169 


Wellesley, MA D2181 


Millis. MA 02054 




Paul F. Bryant 


Kimberly T. Cahill 


Marguerite M. Casciano 


William P. Clover 




23 Abbott Road 


40S Highland Street 


B7 Baker Street 


78 Beaver Terrace Circle 




Wellesley, MA021S1 


Northbridge, MA0 1534 


W. Roxbury, MA02132 


Framingham, MA01701 





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Eugenie H. Coakley 


Paula M. Connera 


Samuel W. Crompton 


Carleen E. Daly 


1 5 Brookfield Circle 


1 B4 Loring Ave. 


Main Road 


1 66 Aruthur Street 


Framingham, MA01701 


Salem, MA 01370 


Chesterfield, MA01012 


Framingham, MA01701 


Karen A. Coffey 


Sandra J. Connors 


Mark J. Crowley 


Michael J. Danzilio 


35 Salem End Road 


20 Rollins Street 


35 Brownlea Road 


1 24 Sudbury Street 


Framingham, MA 01 701 


Groveland. MA01B34 


Framingham, MA 01701 


Marlboro. MA0 1752 


Terri L. Cogliano 


Andrea P. Conaolo 


David A. Crowther 


Peter M. Datao 


41 Woodbury Road 


43 Sullivan Terrace 


55B Hollis Street 


7 Norman Drive 


Southboro, MA 01772 


Whitman, MA 023B2 


Framingham, MA01701 


Framingham, MA01701 


Joanne J. Coletti 


Richard J. Copp 


Richard J. Cullen 


John Davia 


40 William Street 


47 Morris Street 


61 Lynnfield Street 


3 Cougar Road 


W. Newton. MA02165 


Everett, MA02143 


Peabody, MA 01360 


Hopkinton, MA0174B 


Andrea L. Colletto 


Jennifer A. Corcoran 


John P. Cunningham 


Barbara A. Decellee 


PO Box 236 


PO Box 3B5 


1 52 Front Street 


131 Glen Meadow Road 


Wrentham, MA 03033 


Adamsville, Rl 02B01 


Ashland. MA0 1731 


Franklin, MA 0203B 


Mary E. Collier 


Sean P. Corey 


Richard A. Curran 


Karen M. Deignan 


S3 Maynard Road 


4 Besso Street 


20 Bonney Lane 


43 Wyola Drive 


Framingham, MA01701 


Franklin, MA 02033 


Norwood. MA 02062 


Worcester, MA01603 


Thomas J. Collina 


Deborah J. Corkum 


Aurora G. Dofonte 


William F. Delaney 


30 Grant Street Ext. 


211 Main Street 


3 Clafin Street 


47 Mayo Street 


Framingham, MA01701 


Whitinsville, MA0 1533 


Milford. MA 01 757 


Framingham, MA01701 


Joanne M. Colliton 


Donald J. Cox 


Sherle A. Dale 


Chriatlne Delprete 


3 Kingsley Terrace 


1 S Plymouth Road 


21 Blueberry Lane 


64 Clark Street 


Bedford, MA 01730 


Bellingham, MA02013 


S. Hamilton, MA013B2 


Framingham, MA01701 


Michael J. Conceicao 


Mary Crawford 


Kathleen A. Daley 


Paul Delvecchlo 


1 38 Chancery Street 


70 Hillside Ave. 


32 Hale Street 


B Hartford Street 


New Bedford, MA 02740 


Needham. MA02132 


Newton, MA 02 1 64 


Natick, MA 01 760 



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Deborah A. Demambro 


Mary R. Durkin 


1 4 Trafton Road 


563 Franklin Street ! 


Framingham, MA01701 


Framingham, MA01701 


Denise Dover 


Kevin H. Dyer 


1 1 Hart Street 


51 Kensington Road 


Woburn, MAQ1801 


Norton, MA 02766 


Judy C. □idonato 


Sheila M. Eastman 


35 Constantine Drive 


RD 1 50 Fisk I 


Tyngsboro, MA01879 


W. Dennis. MA 02670 


Cheryl L. Digaetano 


Marjorie M. Edwards 


1 253 Liberty Street 


1 26 Grampian Way 


Braintnee, MA021B4 


Dorchester, MA02125 


Christine A. Dimauro 


Patricia A. Edwards 


1 58 Belvidere Street 


1 024A Waverly Street 


Springfield. MA 01 1 OB 


Framingham, MA01701 


Sharon J. Diprofio 


Diane B. Ellis 


28 Elm Street 


36 Wayland Circle 


Westboro, MA015B1 


Holden, MA 01520 


Nilza M. Doeirao 


Cynthie A. Elms 


3 Clafin Street 


1 67 Jerrold Street ! 


Milford, MA 01 757 


Holliston. MA0 1746 


Christine M. Doherty 


Audrey C. Engelsbsrg 


73 Pakachoag Street 


24 Rolling Green Drive 


Auburn, MA01501 j 


Milford. MA 01 757 


Jayne H. Donahue 


Lynn E. Evangeloe 


26 Summer Street 


1 26 Prescott Street 


Northboro, MA 01532 


N. Andover. MA01S45 


Thomas S. Doody 


John H. Evans 


1 7S Summer Street 


42 Prospect Street 


Watertown. MA 02 1 72 


Peabody. MA 01 360 


Janet C. Dooley 


Paula Fallon 


20 Lester Road 


1 52 Walnut Street 


Raynham, MA 0276B 


Natick, MA01760 


Ann-Marie Downey 


Patricia A. Farrell 


24 Neck Street 


22 Beech Street 


N. Weymouth. MA02131 


Baldwinville, MA01436 


Margaret Downey 


Elaine M. Farrington 


63 Presidents Ave. 


42 Barnard Road 


Qumcy. MA02163 


Belmont, MA 021 78 


Jeffrey C. Doyle 


Mark l_. Felone 


220 Morse Road 


807 Windsor Drive 


Sudbury, MA 01 776 


Framingham, MA01701 


Karen E. Doyle 


Elizabeth J. Ferran 


21 Chachapacassett Road 


7 Forest Street 


Barnngton, Rl 02806 


Medfield, MA 02052 


Nencijo A. Doyle 


Marguerite L. Feueraanger 


2324 Turnpike Road 


66 Overlook Drive 


N. Andover. MA01B45 


Framingham, MA01701 | 


Susan P. Driscoll 


Joseph W. Fields 


111 Bullard Street 


21 Woodridge Road 


Walpole, MA02081 


; Maynard, MA0 1754 


Judith M. Duley 


James Figusrado, Jr. 


1 3 Waters Street 


38 Yale Ave. 


Millbury, MA01527 


Swansea, MA 02777 


Cynthia A. Duggan 


Tammy A. Filleul 


73 Pratt Road 


1 1 Dverlook Drive 


' N. Quincy, MA02171 


Bedford. MA 01730 


Noreen F. Dunne 


Robert S. Finelli 


23 Laurel Road 


33 Melbourne Ave. 


Norwood, MA 02062 


Newtonville, MA 021 60 


Carolyn Dupre 


H. Fischer 


61 Upton Street 


33 Prescott Street 


Northbridge, MA0 1534 


Framingham, MA01701 





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Mary A. Fitzgerald 

41 Wallace Road 
Quincy, MA 02163 

Deanna J. Fitzpatrick 

1 73 Boston Ave. 
Medford. MA 021 55 

Susan A. Fitzpatrick 

23 Kinsman Place 
Natick. MA 01 7BO 

Robert J. Fleming 

82 Tokeneke Road 
Holyoke. MA 01040 

Maryann Flynn 

23 Hunt Street 
Watertown, MA02172 

Marianne Folan 

203 Prospect Street 
Norwood. MA 030B2 

Judy E. Foley 

1 3 Railroad Street 
Acton. MA 01720 

Maureen A. Foley 

1 20 Adrian Ave. 

W. Springfield, MA010B3 

Shapar Foradi 

3 1 B Chestnut Street 
Newton, MA 021 BB 

John G. Franco 

38 Wyman Street 
Waban, MA 02 1 6B 

Maria T. Franco 

BOB Pond Street 
Natick, MA 01 760 

Carolynn F. Fredette 

213 Clark Street 
Gardner, MA 01440 

Harley Freeman 

37 Blueberry Hill 
Sudbury. MA Q177B 

John J. Freitae 

38 Richard Road 
Marlboro, MA 01 752 

Robert E. Friedburg 

1 05 Melody Lane 
Marlboro, MA 01 752 

Eileen M. Gallagher 

65 Larson Road 
Stoughton, MA 02072 

Pamela A. Gallagher 

75 Houston Ave. 
Milton. MA 021 88 

Natalie A. Gallant 

748 Rathburn Street 
Blackstone, MA 01 504 

Sarah F. Gallant 

1 88 Cochituate Road 
Wayland, MA 01 77B 

Anne T. Gallo 

7 Sheridan Street 
Natick, MA 01 760 

Oeborah A. Gardiner 

212 Whitwell Street 
Quincy, MA 02 1 63 



Lauren J. Gardener 

20 Skahan Road 
Belmont, MA 021 7B 

Katherine M. Gargano 

336 Oakland Parkway 
Franklin. MA 0203B 

Tracy D. Garrett 

Weston Road RFD 1 
Lincoln, MA 01 773 

Donna Garron 

3 Laurelton Drive 
Ashland. MA01721 

Sally A. Gerry 

24 Stubtoe Lane 
Sudbury, MA 01 776 

Karen Getchell 

308 Henderson Road 
Williamstown, MA 01 267 

Liaa Giannoccari 

24 Albion Ave. 
Stoneham. MA02180 

Kenneth M. Giffels 

5 Kirby Drive 
Canton. MA02021 

Kathleen B. Gildea 

432 Broadway Street 
Lynn, MA 01 304 

Isabel C. Giner 

32 Old Lancaster Road 
Sudbury, MA 01 77B 

Bonnie Ginger 

1 7 Potter Road 
Framingham, MA01701 

Mary-Ellen Gingras 

35 Devonshire Road 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

Lisa A. Girard 

1 34 Chester Street 
Worcester, MA 01 B05 

Stephen Girouard 

77 Prescott Street 
Reading, MA0 1867 

Marcia E. Glatfelter 

336 North Road 
Bedford, MA01730 

Lauren E. Gober 

1 5 Bantry Road 
Southboro, MA 01 772 

Robin G. Goodstadt 

51 Agnes Drive 
Framingham, MA01701 

Amy V. Goodwin 

7 Pine Grove Road 
Medfield, MA 02052 

Paul S. Goodwin 

45 White Ave. 
Worcester, MA01605 

□ean J. Gorman 

368 Center Street 
Bellmgham, MA02013 

Maureen A. Goulet 

484 Edgell Road 
Framingham. MA 01 701 



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Joseph D. Grady 


Jeasica Marie Haddad 


Patricia Hansen 


537 Union Ave. 


30 Crowningshield Road 


1 O Tracylyn Road 


Framingham, MA 01 701 


Worcester, MA 01 BQ4 


Holliston, MA 01 746 


Sharon A. Grady 


Sherrie A. Hakar 


Sandra L. Hanaen 


28 Grant Street 


23 Autumn Lane 


2 Cresthaven Drive 


Milford, MA 01 757 


Waltham, MA 021 54 


Burlington, MA01S03 


Eric P. Grainger 


Ellen F. Hallahan 


Mary E. Haran 


72 Laurel Drive 


1 1 Celia Road 


41 Davidson Road 


Needham. MA02132 


W. Roxbury, MA 02132 


Worcester, MA01605 


Christine S. Gralton 


Nadine A. Hallal 


Laura M. Harvey 


332 did Marlboro Road 


3 Wildwood Drive 


1 2 Walnut Street 


Concord. MA D1 742 


Medfield. MA 02052 


Reading, MA01867 


Peter Greer 


Kate N. Hamilton 


Lynne Hayward 


81 Pellana Road ; 


1 4 Fern Way 


1 03 Reservoir Road 


Norwood, MA 02062 


Bedford, MA01730 


Milford, MA 01 757 


Jeffrey D. Griffin 


□ebora L. Hamilton 


Laurie L. Heffernon 


; 1 76 Garden Street 


65 Dudley Street 


58 Lawrence Street 


Fall River. MA 02720 


Presque Isle, ME Q4769 


Framingham, MA01701 


Patricia M. Griffin 


Suaan I. Hamm 


Kathleen E. Heinecke 


1 3 Derby Road 


Mellen Street 


53 Highland Ave. 


Watertown. MA02171 


Hplliston. MA 01 746 


Sudbury, MA0 1776 


Suzanne G. Griffin 


Clare A. Hanagan 


Caroline J. Hennigar 


1 62 Tappan Street 


1 6 Oakland Street 


6 Canterbury Road 


Brooklme. MA02146 


Brighton, MA02135 


Marblehead. MA0 1345 


Suaan M. Guild 


Catherine A. Hanley 


Deborah A. Henry 


70 Shady Lane Ave. 


2 Bruce Street 


3 Railroad Ave. 


Northboro. MA0 1532 


Burlington, MA 01803 


Norwood, MA 02062 




221 



Michele A. Hermle 


Pamela J. Hopkinson 


Catherine R. Huegel 


Robert P. lannetti 


30 Lakehill Ave. 


3 Y Street 


733 Waverly Street 


7B Lafayette Street 


Arlington, MA 021 74 


Milford, MA 01 757 


Framingham, MA01701 


Waltham, MA02154 


Douglas W. Haywood 


Anne C. Horan 


Mark B. Humphrey 


Karen A. lanuzzi 


54 W. Main Street 


77 Cottage Street 


553 Concord Road 


Royal Crest Drive 


Westboro, MA 01 5B1 


Whitinsville, MA015BB 


Sudbury, MA 01 77B 


Marlboro, MA d 752 


Margaret H. Hill 


Jane C. Houhoulie 


Susan J. Hunter 


Carolyn L. Ide 


S Boyce Street 


3B Malley Ave. 


32 Washington Street 


205 State Street 


Reading, MA 01 667 


Avon, MA 02322 


Hudson, MA Q1743 


Brewster, MA D2B31 


Mary E. Hinckley 


Donna J. Howard 


Deborah L. Hussey 


Rosellyn Ippoliti 


274 Pleasant Street 


1 B3 Newbury Street 


31 B St. Paul Street 


47 Worsted Street 


Winthrop, MA 021 54 


Framingham, MA017Q1 


Brookline, MA0214B 


Franklin, MA 02033 


Elissa M. Hix 


Robert A. Hudson 


Andrea M. lacono 


Elsa Jablonski 


3 Tillrock Lane 


33 Curley Drive 


253 Marivista Ave. 


33 Wilder Lane 


Milford, MA 01 757 


Hudson, MA 1743 


Waltham, MA02154 


Fitchburg, MA01420 













Claudia M. Jachowicz 


Beverly J. Jaseet 


Audrey E. Jones 


Joanne C. Kalin 


45 Freeman Street 


SB Edgell Drive 


21 Bent Brook Road 


7B Hemenway Road 


Framingham, MA 01701 


Framingham, MA01701 


Sudbury. MA 01 776 


Framingham, MA 01 701 


Lorraine M. Jackson 


Christine M. Johnson 


Brian S. Jones 


Gail F. Kaminsky 


B6 Stockdale Road 


37 Brookline Street 


24 Cumberland Road 


55 Blease Drive 


Needham. MA02132 


Pepperell. MA0 1463 


Leominster, MA0 1453 


Tewksbury, MA01B7B 


Joy E. Jalbert 


Kenneth M. Johnson 


Lori A. Jones 


Barnard C. Kane 


4BB Hamilton Street 


4 Roberts Road 


65 Causeway Road 


31 Shore Road 


Southbridge, MA01550 


Ashland, MA0 1721 


Reading, MA01B64 


Ashland. MA0 1721 


Linda A. Jason 


Louiee A. Johnson 


Ruth M. Joy 


Joenna M. Kapteyn 


2 Chandler Street 


1 4 Magnoloa Ave. 


1 1 Reynolds Ave. 


1 S Latisquama Road 


Lexington, MA 021 73 


Fairhaven, MA Q271S 


Randolph, MA 0236B 


Southboro, MA 01 772 



222 



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Lisa J. Karling 


Anne M. Kelley 


Kriatine S. Kelaey 


James Kilgallon 


B29 Washington Street 


1 9 Samoset Road 


24 Linnawan Street 


1 6 Rosecliff Street 


Whitman. MA 023B2 


Woburn, MAQ1801 


Cambridge, MA 021 3B 


Roslindale, MAD2131 


Sharyn J. Kaaper 


Paula E. Kelley 


Kathleen E. Kennedy 


Shelly A. Killips 


219 Maple Ave. 


50 Harrington Road 


69 Valley View Road 


43 Montgomery Street 


Shrewsbury. MA 01 545 


Frammgham, MA017D1 


Leominister, MA01453 


Westfield. MACMOB5 


Thomas H. Keating 


Gerard M. Kelly 


Julie N. Kenney 


Kerry A. Kilroy 


Webb Depot Road 


B Lupine Road 


B~7 Florian Street 


1 2 Wildwood Terrace 


Marlborough, NH Q3455 


Natick. MA 01 760 


Jamaica Plain. MA 021 30 


Frammgham, MA017D1 


Karen A. Keith 


Kevin P. Kelly 


Alison J. Kiely 


Linda A. Kinback 


1 22 Candia Street 


1 "72 Pine Street 


361 Parkview Ave. 


B Giddings Ave. 


E. Weymouth, MA 021S9 


Auburndale. MA02166 


Lowell. MA 01B52 


Beverly, MA 01 91 5 




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Joyce E. Kinatedt 


Frank Lemieux 


32 Dunster Road 


1 S Arnold Street 


Frammgham, MA Q1 701 


Holbrook, MA 02343 


Ellon M. Kirach 


Cindy E. Lemmelin 


3 Susanna Court 


4"7 Glover Street 


Hyde Park, MA 021 3B 


Southbridge, MA 01 550 


Monica M. Klim 


Corrine M. Lemoine 


1 B Adams Street 


21 Scenic Drive 


Stoughton, MA 02072 


Leominster. MA01453 


Elizabeth F. Knight 


Mark C. Leonard 


7B Apple Dor Road 


33 Pleasant Street 


Framingham. MA01701 


Everett, MA 021 43 


Jean E. Korona 


Suaan M. Leonard 


131 A. Mellen Street 


24 Emerson Street 


Framingham, MA017Q1 


Peabody, MA013B0 I 


Carol T. Kotfila 


Melanie A. Lepore 


42 Valley Heights 


1 75 Helena Street : 


Holyoke, MAQ1Q40 


Leominster, MA0 1453 ! 


Karen E. Kotoaki 


Patricia C. Leveaque 


33 Knower Road 


1 4"7 Karen Circle 


Westminster, MA01473 


Holliston, MA 01746 


Oianne Kourafaa 


Joann Levitre 


"71 Colunnbine Road 


263 Blackstone Street 


Milton, MA021B7 


Blackstone, MA 01 504 


Lori A. Krafft 


Maureen E. Lewis 


"73 Heritage Lane 


1 33 Washmton Street 


Quxbury, MA 02332 


N. Easton, MA 02356 


John A. Lacroix 


Beth A. Liban 


30S Bngham Street 


7 Laverdure Circle 


Marlboro, MA 01 752 


Framingham, MA01701 


Amy M. Lajoie 


Victor J. Liberatore 


62 Gibson Road 


41 Russell Road 


Orleans, MA 02B53 


Framingham, MA01701 


Joyce A. Langley 


Marion C. Linda 


2B Rolling Green Drive 


3 Brookvale Road 


Milford. MAQ1757 


Framingham, MA01701 


Mary E. Langrill 


liana P. Liner 


244 Gardner Street 


22 Louise Farley Road 


Hingham, MA 02043 


Framingham, MA01701 


Jane M. Larkin 


Frank J. Liva 


Main Street 


37 Whipple Road 


Chester, MA 1 1 1 


Lexington, MA02173 


David W. Laahmen 


Karen J. Livramento 


515 Washington Street 


1 A Pine Drive 


Dedham, MA 0202B 


Harwich, MA 02B45 


Paul J. Leacu 


Dorothy A. Lombardo 


1 04 W. Union Street 


41 -B Beaver Park Road 


Ashland, MA0 1721 


Framingham, MA 01 701 


Lisa J. Leaf 


Deniae B. Long 


I Ostrum Road 


1 04 Howe Ave. 


E. Falmouth, MA 0253B 


Shrewsbury, MA0 1545 


Mary E. Leahy 


Kathleen M. Lydon 


30 Boylston Street 


B31 Nahatan Street 


Maiden, MA 0214B 


Norwood, MA 02062 


Evelyn M. Leary 


Edward F. Lynch 


"79 Buckboard Road 


9 Foley Drive \ 


Duxbury, MA 02332 


Framingham, MA01701 


Paul K. Leblanc 


John H. Lynch 


1 1 Grant Ave. 


55B Hollis Street 


Waltham, MA 02154 


Framingham, MA01701 


John Leburn 


Patricia Lynch 


3 Mendon Street 


6 Crown Road 


W. Upton, MAD15B7 


Westford, MA01BB6 



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Jane Lyons 


John J. Malloy 


Lynn E. Martin 


6 Trinity Court 


B5 A Beaver Park Road 


1 260 Robeson Street 


Wellesley. MA02181 


Framingham, MA 01701 


Fall River, MA 02720 


Mary H. Maccaferri 


Kevin O. Maloney 


Susan E. Martin 


1 7 Clyfton Street 


3 Howe Street 


6 Marlboro Road 


Plymouth, MA 023BD 


Ashland. MAD1721 


Lexington, MA02173 


Susan M. Macdonald 


Kathryn A. Manekas 


Rock Mastrangelo 


B Winter Street 


1 5 Wagontrail Road 


3 Cortland Lane 


I Acton. MA0172Q 


Chelmsford, MA01824 


Lynnfield, MA01340 


Nancy L. Macleod 


Joanne M. Manning 


Jane F. Matheson 


265 Ettrick Street 


34 Victory Road 


633 Main Street 


Brockton, MA 02401 


Dorchester, MA 021 22 


Hingham, MA 02043 


Robert D. Madzar 


Joseph B. Manzello 


Patricia A. Matson 


24 Grove Street 


57 Trahan Ave. 


1 33 Fairmont Ave. 


Natick, MA D176D 


Worcester, MA 01 604 


Worcester, MA 01 604 


Claire F. Magliozzi 


Karen P. Marble 


Kathleen B. Maxwell 


B Rangeley Road 


151 Ridge Street 


4A Temple Street 


W. Newton, MA02165 


Arlington, MA02174 


Framingham. MA01701 


Kimberly 1. Maher 


David C. Mariani 


Rosemary Maynes 


7D Bank Street 


4 Elaine Ave. 


33 Winter Street 


N. Attleboro, MA OS7BO 


Maynard, MA 01 754 


Waltham. MA02154 


Mary E. Mahoney 


Diane F. Marini 


Elaine M. Mazgelia 


"70 Grant Street 


25 Parmenter Road 


115 Melrose Street 


Needham, MA 021 32 


Hudson, MA 01 743 


Brockton, MA C2402 


Barbara J. Malacaria 


Carol G. Marrochello 


Alice M. Mcavoy 


1 O Tremont Street 


26 Moulton Road 


55 Hallron Street 


Norwood, MA C2062 


Arlington. MA 021 74 


Hyde Park, MA 02136 



225 




Kathryn M. Mccafferty 


John S. Mcnamara 


1 5 Locust Street 


3 Pearl Street 


Burlington, MA01S01 


Salem, MA 01970 


i Elizabeth K. McCarthy 


Catherine B. Mcpherson 


22 Stonebndge Road 


35 Salem End Road 


Wayland, MA 01 778 


Framingham, MA D1 701 


Neal R. Mccormack 


Thomas J. Mello 


53 Cedar Street 


439 Boulton Street 


Norwood, MA 02026 


Framingham, MA 02740 


Barbara A. Mcdonald 


William J. Mercure 


1 7 Woodleigh Road 


1 Perry Street 


Watertown. MA 021 72 


Auburn, MA01501 


Joseph C. Mcdonald 


Linda A. Merloni 


1 7 Woodleigh Road 


267 Myrtle Street 


Watertown, MA02172 


Ashland. MA0 1721 


Paula J. Mcgarvey 


Dora A. Messana 


231 Seaver Street 


45 Pincushion Road 


Stoughton, MA 02072 


Framingham, MA017D1 


William E. Mcgrath 


Loreen M. Meyer 


313 King Street 


6 Village Way 


Littleton, MAQ14BO 


Natick, MA 01 760 


Leslie A. Mcguire 


Patricia A. Michaels 


BO Arborway Drive 


131 State Street 


Bramtree. MAD21B4 


Framingham, MA01701 


Joanne Mchugo 


R. Glenn Michell 


1 B Everit Ave. 


1 53 Florence Road 


Framingham, MA01701 


Waltham, MA02154 


Marybeth Mckenzie 


Robert P. Mielde 


33 Grafton Ave. 


51 Depot Street 


Milton, MA C21 B6 


S. Easton, MA D2375 


Nina N. Mckenzie-Blomberg 


Chester J. Millett, III 


-43 Williams Road 


27 Gifford Street 


Ashland. MAD 1721 


Brockton, MA 024D1 


Michael W. Mclaughlin 


Moire C. Mills 


266 Arborway 


50 Barrett Street 


Jamaica Plain, MA 021 3D 


Needham, MA D21 32 


Kathleen A. Mclellan 


Joann Monterotti 


59 Carl Street 


3 Glenwood Road 


Newton, MA02161 


Franklin, MA 0203B 


Steven E. Mcmahon 


Lisa A. Monterotti 


1 2 Wayte Road 


31 Oak Street j 


Bedford. MA 01 730 


Uxbridge, MA 01569 


Stacey E. Mcmanua 


Marc 5. Montgomery 


31 Grove Street 


1 Westwood Road 


Hudson. MA 01 743 


Natick, MA D1 760 



226 




Linda Moody 


Brands Murphy 


Norma A. IMeiman 


Patricia A. Obrien 


67 Brush Hill Road 


1 O Fair Oaks Park 


72 Audrey Ave. 


478 High Street 


Sherborn. MA 01 770 


Needham, MA02192 


Needham, MA02192 


Dedham, MA 02026 


David P. Mooney 


Ann E. Murray 


Laurie V. New/comb 


Maureen E. O'Connell 


429 Beverly Road 


1 O Fair-view Ave. 


1 336 Skyline Drive 


385 Cedar Street 


Franklin, MA 02038 


Arlington, MA 021 74 


Winona. Ml 01028 


Ashland, MA0 1721 


Jane Moore 


Jamie E. Murray 


Cindyrose New/fell 


Susanna M. O'Hara 


1 07 Carroll Ave. 


W. Main Street 


9 Circle Drive 


49 Redim Drive 


Brockton. MA Q24D1 


W. Millbury, MA0 1586 


Waltham. MA 021 54 


E. Longmeadow. MA01026 


Kathleen E. Moran 


Judith A. Murray 


Diane R. Nicolo 


Kathleen O'Leary 


20 W. Pine Street 


33 Summer Street 


BO Oregon Road 


141 North Street 


Milford. MA 01 757 


Westboro. MA 01581 


Ashland, MA0 1721 


Mattapoisett, MA 02739 


Donna M. Morin 


Gina Muaacchio 


Theodore J. Nigro 


Cynthia L. Oliver 


59 George Street 


1 2 Fern Way 


70S Highland Street 


1 9 Capt. Browns Lane 


Mendon, MA 01 756 


Bedford. MA 01 730 


Northbridge. MA 01 534 


Acton, MA 01 720 


Melinsa L. Morse 


Elaine R. Myers 


Christine A. Milan 


Linda M. O'Neill 


PO Box 75S 


PO Box 232 


34 Primrose Street 


1 07 Park Street 


Wareham, MA 02571 


Sherborn. MA01770 


Roslindale, MA 02131 


Hudson, MA 01 749 


Mouala Mouacheupao 


Lauren B. Myers 


William C. IMiland 


Maureen O'Neill 


22 Hyde Street 


630 Pleasant Street 


4 Cosma Road 


1 99 Arthur Street 


Newton Highlands, MA02161 


Framingham. MA01701 


N. Easton, MA 02356 


Framingham, MA01701 


Joanne Moy 


Robert J. Nagle 


Scott S. Nolan 


Eileen A. O'Sullivan 


1 35 East Main Street 


33 Marginal Street 


35 Forest Street 


55 Bromfield Street 


Westboro, MA 01 5B1 


Green Harbor, MA 02041 


Wellesley, MA02181 


Wollaston, MA 021 70 


Virginia C. Mulcahy 


Diana G. Nahigian 


Michele L. Norton 


Margaret R. Ottaviani 


54 Bay State Road 


1 05 Gay Street 


253 W. Wyoming Ave. 


286 Fountain Street 


Melrose, MA02176 


Needham, MA02192 


Melrose. MA 021 76 


Framingham. MA01701 


Dianne E. Mulvaney 


Marie Naughton 


Lori A. Nowak 


Patricia A. Ouellette 


3 Davids Island Road 


20 Tahanto Road 


90 Cambridge Street 


1 005 Main Street 


N. Weymouth, MA02191 


Worcester, MA 01602 


Chicopee, MA 01 020 


Millis. MA 02054 


Karen J. Munro 


Jane M. IMeary 


Holly C. Obrien 


Judith A. Ouimet 


87 Winthrop Street 


46 Fairfield Street 


43 Luby Ave. 


1 96 North Street 


Medway, MA 02053 


Needham, MA02192 


Milford, MA 01 757 


Mattapoisett, MA 02739 



227 












Roseenn Pace 


Eustace □. Payne, Jr. 


Marjorie E. Pilong 


Carolyn M. Powell 


52 Chipman Street 


PD Box 328 


4 Scarborough Circle 


1 5B Madison Street 


Medford, MAD2155 


Dorchester, MA 021 25 


Sandwich, MA 025B3 


Dedham, MA 02026 


Kathleen M. Page 


Joan F. Peck 


Kimberly A. Pinkua 


John D. Powers 


1 23A Norfolk Street 


6 Richardson Road 


22 Hillside Terrace 


31 O Central Street j 


Canton. MA 02021 


Hudson, MA01749 


Hingham. MA 02043 


Framingham, MA01701 


Angela T. Paison 


Jane E. Pellegri 


Virginia L. Pisani 


Mary Powers 


569 Winthrop Street 


Jordan Road 


1 Pond Place 


22 Nathaniel Way 


Medford, MA 02 1 55 


Franklin, MA 0203B 


Franklin, MA 0203B 


Marshfield, MA 02050 


Alayne F. Palmer 


Diane L. Perini 


Wendy S. Pitman 


Michael A. Powers 


1 5 Hickory Hill Lane 


6BD Central Street 


1 O Lynne Road 


3 Robinson Street 


Framingham, MA 01 701 


Framingham, MA01701 


Sudbury. MA 01776 


Dorchester, MA02122 


Pamela Palmer 


Patricia A. Perrone 


Steven M. Pleau 


Curtis A. Pratt 


307 Country Way 


B6 Alvarado Ave. 


213 Village Street 


6 Oakhurst Circle 


Franklin, MA 0203B 


Worcester, MA Q1 604 


Medway, MA 02053 


Needham, MA02192 


Chantal M. Park 


Richard J. Perry 


Richard P. Poirot 


Anne K. Provost 


1 1 O Concord Road 


S4 Winter Street 


1 6 Hathaway Street 


2B Vernon Road 


Weston. MA D2193 


Marlboro. MA 01 752 


Adams, MA 01 220 


Natick, MA 01760 


David N. Parks 


Lawrence G. Peruzzi 


Susan Pollinger 


George A. Puliafico 


Mount Vernon Street 


92 Federal Ave. 


76 Chase Ave. 


30 Elda Road 


Worcester, MA C1 B05 


Qumcy. MAQ2169 


Lowell. MA 1854 


Framingham, MA01701 


Lisa SI Paro 


John J. Peters 


Cynthia A. Porcello 


Peter Putnam 


1 2B Chester Street 


25B Wood Street 


426 Chestnut Street 


561 Worcester Road 


Worcester, MA d BD5 


Woodville. MA01784 


Ashland. MA01721 


Framingham, MA01701 


Mark P. Parsons 


Lynn E. Peters 


Norman N. Porges 


Todd Quarles 


54 Church Street 


25B Grove Street 


1 7 Eldow Drive 


22 Rose Street 


S. Easton, MA 02375 


Belmont. MA0217B 


Franklin. MA 0203B 


Falmouth, MA D2530 


Richard J. Parsons 


Warner H. Pierce 


Patricia H. Poulin 


Susan A. Quimby 


30 Strawberry Hill Road 


1 B Lincoln Street 


Shepard Road 


350 Summer Street 


Natick. MA C-1 760 


Natick, MA D17BD 


Sturbridge, MA015B6 


Framingham, MA01701 





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Maureen A. Quinn 


Karen Ringvall 


53 Sumner Street 


390 North Road 


Auburn, MA 01 501 


Bedford. MA 01730 


Laurie J. Quinzio 


Diane M. Rizzo 


9 Harding Road 


55B Clapboardtree Street 


Wakfield, MA01SB0 


Westwood, MA 02030 


Wayne R. Radcliffe 


Mark S. Rizzo 


1 24 Pine Street 


34 Congress Street 


Holbrook, MA 02343 


Milford, MA 01757 


Ann Ramsey 


Cynthia A. Robar 


535 Lisa Lane 


1 89 Mt. Vernon Road 


Franklin, MA 0203S 


E. Weymouth, MA 021B9 


Carol Reagan 


Gayle K. Roberts 


2Q Sewell Street 


2B Washington Street 


Frammgham, MA 01701 


Bedford, MA 01 730 


Nancy M. Reardon 


Maureen L. Roberts 


6 Jim-y Street 


1 4 Elmwood Road 


Franklin. MA 0203B 


Billenca, MA 01 B21 


Ruth C. Regan 


Cheryl L. Robinson 


75 Great Road 


1 1 6B River Road 


Maynard, MA 01 754 


Agawam. MA 01001 


William A. Regonini 


Jamea P. Robshaw 


1 33 Fairmont Ave. 


7B Prospect Street 


Worcester, MA 01 604 


Holliston, MA0 1746 


William J. Reid 


Alice M. Roche 


63 Lanewood Ave. 


44 Sawyer Drive 


Frammgham, MA 01 701 


Dedham, MA 02026 


Andrea M. Reis 


Mercedes E. Rodman 


98 Woodland Road 


52 Delmar Ave. 


Southboro. MA0 1772 


Frammgham, MA01701 


Daniel D. Remillard 


Nancy 1. Romano 


6BO Old Conn Path 


255 Main Street 


Frammgham, MA01701 


Wmthrop, MA02152 


Jocelyn Remy 


Seth D. Rosenoff 


Killdeer Circle 


1 7 Bonito Drive 


Webster, MA 01 570 


Framingham, MA01701 


Patricia Renda 


Ann P. Rouleau 


51 Morningside Road 


21 Mann Lot Road 


Needham. MA02192 


N. Scituate, MA 02062 


Michael J. Resmini 


Geraldine A. Roy 


65 Oak Street 


B Ballard Road ! 


Wellesley, MA021B1 


Ashland. MA01721 


Sally L. Reynolds 


Pamela E. Ruggiero 


50 Leigh Street 


37 Frederick Street 


Frammgham MA 01 701 


Newtonville, MA 021 60 


Robert E. Rhodes 


Elaine K. Russell 


227 Parker Street 


1 7 Highgate Road 


Acton, MA 01 720 


Framingham, MA01701 


Stephen J. Riccardo 


Kathleen M. Ryan 


246 High Street 


9 Pine Hill Road 


Webster, MA 01 570 


Framingham, MA01701 


Sandra L. Rice 


Maureen T. Ryan 


26 Pleasant Street 


5 Aqueduct Road 


Uxvridge, MA 01 563 


Natick, MA01760 


Maureen J. Richard 


Patricia A. Sabourin 


52 Baily Road 


1 3B Goldsmith Street 


Shrewsbury, MA 01 545 


Littleton, MA01460 


Susan M. Richard 


Beth N. Sandler 


B Ivy Lane 


1 4 Kirmes Road 


Milford, MA 01 757 


Stoneham. MA 021 BO 


Robert E. Richards 


Cynthia A. Sannicandro 


76 Antrim Street 


1 Princess Pine Lane 


Cambridge, MA0213B 


Milford, MA0 1757 j 




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Vicki L. Santos 

Pine Street 
Bondsville, MA 01009 

Claudetts M. Saulnier 

1 02 Allerton Street 
Lynn. MA 01 904 

Kelley A. Savage 

2 Houghton Lace 
Acton, MA 01 72D 

Alexander Schapira 

1 2B Mt. Vernon Street 
Newtonville, MA02160 

Donna L. Scholland 

58 Blossom Lane 
Marlboro. MA0 1752 

Amy S. Schrob 

1 1 Salisbury Lane 
Worcester, MA 01609 

Catherine A. Scriven 

24 Moore Lane 
Littleton, MA D14BO 

Kelli J. Sears 

251 Main Street 

S. Yarmouth, MA 02B64 

Joseph B. Senier 

1 5 Village Street 
Medway, MA 02053 

John S. Senkarik 

Asylum Street 
Milford. MA 01 757 

Phyllis A. Shalhoub 

337 Baker Street 

W. Roxbury, MA02132 

Naomi IM. Shannon 

4 Wildwood Road 
Wayland, MA D177S 

Lisa A. Shay 

3 Warren Street 
Grafton, MA 01519 

Donna M. Shire 

1 4 Maureen Road 
Framingham, MA017Q1 

Lindsay K. Shortlidge 

1 27 Longfellow Drive 
Longmeadow, MA 01 1 06 

Leslie A. Siggins 

202 Irving Street 
Framingham. MA01701 

Stephanie A. Silvia 

37 Salem End Road 
Framingham, MA017Q1 

Susan M. Simard 

35 Pleasant Street 
Hudson. MA 01 743 

Susanne R. Simons 

53 Legaski Ave. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 

John A. Skatoff 

1 1 Belvidere Ave. 
Framingham, MA01701 

David R. Skinner 

273C- 1 West Mam Street 
Marlboro. MA 01 752 



William E. Sloan 

6 Thayer Street 
Framingham, MA01701 

Judyann Smigiel 

4 Water Street 
Shrewsbury, MA 01 545 

Craig Smith 

2B Rice Street 
Wellesley, MA021S1 

Donna M. Smith 

44 Rock Street 
Norwood, MA 02062 

Michael G. Smith 

1 7 Lisa Street 
Burlington. MA Q 1 B03 

Andrea M. Soma 

2S Checkerberry Lane 
Framingham, MA01701 

Marybeth Spellman 

1 3 Joanne Drive 
Ashland, MA01721 

Rhonda M. Spindel 

BB Hayward Street 
Milford. MA Q1 757 



Ellen M. Spring 

2B1 Newbury Street 
Peabody. MA019B0 

Mary J. Stack 

47 Trowbridge Circle 
Stoughton. MA 02072 

Gail M. Stahl 

PO Box 1 32 
Hopkinton, MA 0174B 

Ellen M. Standre 

101 Russell Road 
Framingham. MAD1701 

Nancy M. Stanick 

1 22 Yew Street 

E. Douglas. MA01516 

Susan Starzynski 

Cushing Hospital 
Framingham, MA01701 

Claudia T. Stacker 

498 Elaine Road 
Camden. AR 71701 

Sonia P. Steele 

3B Roxbury Street 
Worcester, MA01609 



Martha B. Steeves-Pedersor 

1 B A Holliston Street 
Medway, MA 02053 

Marianne Stefancyk 

533 Sutton Street 
Northbridge, MA0 1534 

Louis H. Stein 

312 N. Main Street 
Sharon, MA 02067 

Barbara Stephan 

220 Common Street 
Watertown, MA 021 72 

Jane E. Stepowski 

94 B-5 Cynthis Lane 
Middletown. CT OB457 

James D. Strand 

53 Woodvale Ave. 
Dorchester, MA02126 

Elizabeth C. Sullivan 

1052 Highland Ave. 
Needham, MA05194 

Janine M. Sullivan 

30 Priscilla Circle 
Wellesley. MA021B1 




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Timothy M. Sullivan 


Vincent J. Terrazzano 


Susan M. Vaughan 


1 3 Sunset Road 


4B Gage Ave. 


B Dwight Ave. 


Wayland, MA 01 778 


Revere, MA 02151 


Natick, MA 01 760 


Malin E. Svenasan 


Diane F. Tomacelli 


Linda M. Veglia 


77 Brush Hill Road 


6B Deerfield Road 


235 Commonwealth Road 


Sherborn, MA 01 770 


Needham, MA 021 32 


Wayland, MA 01 77B 


Joanne F. Sweeney 


Marjorie Tomao 


Margaret C. Waldron 


1 1 Notre Dame Road 


B Parkhurst Drive 


43 Ellis Ave. 


Acton, MA 01 720 


Hudson, MA 01 749 


Norwood, MA 020B2 


Jay F. Sydow 


Carolyn B. Toohey 


Diane M. Wallace 


~7A~7 Salem End Road 


3B Hill Road 


9B Woodland Road 


Framingham, MAD1701 


Marlboro, MA 01 752 


Southboro, MA 01 772 


Paul P. Tabol 


□olores J. Trama 


Keith W. Walley 


S Hemenway Road 


Heritage Road 


1 7B Wobum Street 


Framingham, MA017D1 


Putnam, CT 062B0 


Wilmington, MA01SB7 


Linda M. Tanian 


Anna M. Travaglione 


Janice M. Walper 


1 2 Louis Road 


27 Barbara Road 


330 Plain Street 


Framingham, MAD1701 


Raynham, MA D27B7 


Braintree, MA 021 B4 


Lisa A. Tardanico 


Christina M. Turner 


Karen A. Walsh 


1 OO Ann Lee Road 


25 Harding Street 


1 2 Fairview Ave. 


! Harvard, MA01451 


Milford, MA 01 757 


Watertown, MA02172 


Ronald H. Taylor 


Karen A. Upson 


Susan M. Warren 


23 Adams Street 


33 North Gircle Drive 


1 B7 Bacon Street 


Medfield, MA 02052 


E. Longmeadow, MA0102S 


Natick. MA 01 760 


Steven F. Teller 


Jeanmarie IM. Vaughan 


Linda F. Waxman 


31 Woodbine Road 


47 Palmer Street 


56 Karen Road 


Natick, MA 01 760 


Arlington, MA D21 74 


Framingham. MAD1701 



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Cynthia A. Webster 


Jacqueline C. White 


Sonja L. Wicklund 


Ruth A. Wilson 


1 98 Highland Street 


75 Fairbanks Road 


35 Cedarwood Road 


PO Box 1 22 


Milford, MA 01 757 


Milton. MA G21 SB 


Scituate, MA 020BB 


Sudbury, MA 01 77B 


Allan Y. Welsh, Jr. 


Jane White 


Glenn R. Wile 


Brando J. Woodward 


BS Eaton Road West 


B7 Wealthy Ave. 


5 Manning Street 


21 5 Salem End Road 


Frammgham, MA01701 


Pittsfield. MA01201 


Ipswich, MA0133B 


Framingham, MA01701 


Karen F. Whelpley 


Janet L. White 


Leslie S. Wills 


Mary E. Wright 


3 Coolidge Ave. 


B7 Wealthy Ave. 


1 35 B Winthrop Street 


7 Beatty Street 


Natick, MA 01 760 


Pittsfield, MAC1201 


Framingham, MA01701 


Canton, MA 01 70 1 


Beth A. White 


Pamela A. Whynot 


Robert J. Wilson 


Argella Ximines 


1 5 Franklin Street 


S1 Cross Street 


42 Crestwood Drive 


9 High Street 


Milford, MA 01 757 


Randolph, MA 0236B 


Framingham, MA01701 


Newton, MA02161 



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Elaine P. Yehle 


Alison G. Ziffer 


1 B Roswell Street 


BB Florita Drive 


New Bedford. MA 02740 


Framingham, MA01701 


Janine A. Ysllets 


Randall A. Zinkus 


25 10 Georgetown Drive 


45 Hilton Ave. 


Frammgham, MA01701 


Worcester. MA 01 604 


Michael M. Young 


Patricia J. Zschau 


PQ Box 213 


93 Jefferson Ave. 


Wellesley, MA021B1 


W. Yarmouth. MA 026"73 


Timothy F. Zantow 




BO Acton Street 




Maynard, MA 01 754 





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